le Moulin présente Slocan Ramblers  


Les Productions le Moulin présentent/presents 

Slocan Ramblers

le dimanche 7 mai chez Evelina de 19h30 à 21h45/Sunday, May 7 at Evelina’s (Little Brook) from 7:30 to 9:45

http://www.slocanramblers.com         www.lemoulin.ca   (Contact: pcm.comeau@ns.sympatico.ca)

Billets/Tickets: 22$ à l’avance/$22 in advance; 25$ à la porte/$25 at the door; étudiants/students: $12

En vente/On sale: Saulnierville Pharmacy; Ocean Blue Music (Yarmouth); Weymouth Drugstore; Evelina's (weekends)  

"Honey Baby" youtube.com 

"Streamline Cannonball" youtube.com 

"Call Me Long Gone" youtube.com 


Voir le site Web du groupe pour d'autres vidéoclips./See the band's Website for more videos.

"Traditional Album of the Year Nominee" - Canadian Folk Music Awards (2016)

"Emerging Artist Award" - Edmonton Folk Fest (2015)

Top Discoveries, Folk Alliance 2014

Best New Artist of 2013, Toronto Jazz Festival 

"The Slocan Ramblers put on one of the most vibrant shows of acoustic music I've seen in some time. It's rare for Canadians (especially young Canadians) to play this music with such authority, passion and yet ability for experimentation." -Tom Power, Host of CBC's Q

"If you've grown tired of the same old sounds, here's a band who reinvents a genre that's growing through many changes of late." -Bluegrass Unlimited

"For a bunch of boys from Toronto, the Slocan Ramblers are turning out a piping hot band of bluegrass that you just may think was cut fresh from a back porch in the Blue Ridge." -Elmore Magazine (Memphis)

"...strikes that perfect modern bluegrass balance of a deep respect for tradition and an itch for exploration...the Slocan Ramblers are living up to their reputation as the Canadian bluegrass band ot watch, and then some." - Exclaim! Magazine

"It's hard to sit still while listening to their caffeinated, toe-tapping tunes. The record seems made for movement." -Now Magazine

"This is a tight-knit ensemble with a lot of drive, yet with something of a tantalizing "rough edge" to their sound." -Sing Out! Magazine

"Every few years a new generation of bluegrass players seems to be spawned from the hipster streets of Toronto. One of the hottest young bluegrass bands I've heard for ages....It's hard to single any of them out, they all play so darned smooth and make it sound so easy." -Penguin Eggs Magazine

Merci à/Thanks to: Patrimoine canadien; Arts N.S.; Atlantic Presenters Association