10. February 2018 - 20:00
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Whyte Ave Womp Rats, Athabasca Barnburner and Give 'Em **** Boys | The Rec Room | Saturday, 10. February 2018

Jasper's native sons Athabasca Barnburner are coming to the The Rec Room South Edmonton to celebrate the release of their new album on Saturday February 10
Joined by local folk punks, Whyte Ave Womp Rats and country rockers The Give 'Em **** Boys

Doors 8/Show 9
$10 Advance/$15 Door
The Hall, The Rec Room

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Athabasca Barnburner
After capturing the spirit of days gone by, in a mason jar. This 3 piece string-band is delivering their own brand of folk music down from the mountain(Jasper). Inspiring music lovers of all ages to get up and dance. Breaking the molds of tradition. Blending old time claw hammer banjo, fine whiskey vocal harmonies, enkindling melodies and tireless rhythm. Singing Songs of the bible the bottle and everything in between.

The Whyte Ave Womp Rats are a disturbed and enthusiastic group of energetic vagabonds who cross several genres and appeal to a wide array of musical palettes. Their politically charged lyrics mesh well with their raw and gritty acoustic style.

Combining acoustic guitar, fiddle, banjo, mandolin, double bass, clarinet, saxaphone, trombone, washboard percussion, and passionate raspy vocals results in an exciting product.

Forged on the asphalts of Edmonton, AB, these folk punks will steal your heart and sweep you off your feet with their raw talent and boisterous ferocity!

The Give 'Em **** Boys
Bringing a Rock N Roll swagger, an “us against them” punk rock attitude and old fashioned country soul to a highly commercialized and stale sound has reminded us about the power that was in the roots of this genre. The live show stands above all else with the party atmosphere and high energy; it’s impossible not to dance, toe tap and have a great time at their shows. With positive reviews following in the wake of their performances, which have spanned the globe, The Give ‘Em **** Boys are bringing back the days of Cash, Williams, and Jennings.