Every once and a while you hear a band and say…Wow…I have to see them in concert. Band of Rascals is pretty awesome and are bringing their tour to little old Corbyville on a Sunday night in February. If you enjoy live music, this band will capture your imagination. Here is what people in the biz are saying…We need you to fill our place and show your support…
Beats Magazine Says…
One of the top 12 Canadian emerging artists to watch for in 2018.
Not just anyone can pull off a long-haired, barefoot performance on stage, but the gentlemen of Band of Rascals are on the way to making it iconic. We’ve said it before and we will say it again, this is a band that must be experienced live! With recent performances in Toronto and at Ottawa’s JUNO Fest, they are building a name across the country!
Stay tuned for more tour announcements in 2018 and check out their new EP, Tempest, which was recorded at Bryan Adams’ studio, The Warehouse, under producer Eric Ratz (Billy Talent, Arkells, Monster Truck).
“Nuts and bolts rock ‘n’ roll” is how to describes the dynamic fusion of explosive drums, driving guitars, and inimitable vocals that is Band of Rascals. The Victoria, BC based four-piece has quickly established itself as a major force in the Western Canadian music scene; the result of an overwhelmingly successful year of sold out shows, multiple festival slots and the release of their critically acclaimed self-titled debut EP.
Blending elements of hard-hitting modern rock with the vintage aesthetic of southern blues à la Kings of Leon and the Black Keys, Band of Rascals has created an evocative sound, captivating audiences of all ages. This distinct sound is matched only by their electrifying live performance. “I was absolutely blown away the first time I saw them,” said Dylan Willows (festival promoter and radio personality). As word of their energetic live performance spread, the band soon found themselves performing in increasingly larger venues to accommodate the exponential growth of their audience. The band’s captivating live show soon gained the attention of multiple radio stations, including modern rock station The Zone @ 91.3 who named them their first feature band of 2015.
Even after the tremendous success of their debut year, the band feel as though they’re just getting started. “The response we’ve had so far has been insane,” reflects lead guitarist Malcom Owen-Flood. “It’s shown us that this is just the beginning.” This holds true as the band continues to break new ground, performing in front of constantly growing audiences and new markets, writing new music, and pushing the boundaries of what defines modern rock. With their music currently seeing sales across three continents and counting, the band strives to keep pushing forward and continuing their impressive upward trajector