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Railway Stage & Beer Café
579 Dunsmuir Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 1Y4
Live Acts Canada + The Live Agency presents:
The Lone Palms with special guests Harlequin Gold, Blue J and Okay Mann
The Lone Palms (Vancouver) //
A group of wandering vagabonds that stumbled into Vancouver, BC, and never left. Alex Cooper, Dave Comrie and Dan Cerino draw from a mutual love of 60's and 70's rock. Inspired by the carefree, cross country drawl of artists like Neil Young, America, the Eagles as well as the frenetic stylings of artists such as E.L.O, The Creation, Queens of the Stone Age and Ben Caplan.
Having formed their musical identities through years of session work, drunken jams, broken bands and good time playlists the group now feel more confident than ever to make the music they’...ve always wanted. You can expect a rock forward, sea-shanty, eclectic, emotionally available performance from these swines that shows their sheer enthusiasm for the world of sound. Tall trees on a musical desert island.
Harlequin Gold (Vancouver) //
Harlequin Gold is a Canadian duo that consists of the sisters Avery and Elle O’Brien. Singing together since they were young, they have developed a unique sound that blends their two voices together as if they were one. Taking influences from bands such as First Aid Kit, Maggie Rogers, and Half moon run- Harlequin Gold is a mixture of indie and folk music.
The two sisters are currently in the process of recording their first EP as well as performing shows around Vancouver, BC.
Blue J (Vancouver) //
Blue J may or may not be a reference to a baseball team, a melancholic person who's name begins with the letter J, the loquacious bird, a comic book character from The Justice League or simply a blue coloured J.
Okay Mann (Vancouver) // okaymann.com/
5'11", 130 lbs, and eyes like his father; meet Katlin Mathison — otherwise known as Okay Mann.
Katlin upholds the indie folk tradition of the rolling stone. 4 years of session work, relentless travel, and a mentorship with Paul McCartney, and a gold single in Norway have eventually led him back to the harsh winters of Manitoba, Canada. A year later, Katlin is ready to hit the road again. Armed with a new monicker and a suitcase of songs born of a Winnipeg winter, Mathison is heading back to the cobblestone streets of Liverpool, UK to record his debut release.
Listen for honest music that worships the hook, but keeps thoughtful lyrics front and centre. Melodies that remind you of The Tallest Man on Earth and James Bay, but never quite in a way that you'd expect.
His is the story of a nomad held down by heartbreak and circumstance. It's been a tough year, but he's Okay Mann.
Doors: 8PM // 19+
RAILWAY STAGE & BEER CAFÉ
579 Dunsmuir Street
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