03. January 2018 - 20:30 till 23:00
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That Dog Was A Band Now & Coldwater Road | Cafe Deux Soleils | Wednesday, 03. January 2018

Two prolific folk acts- each with a distinct ability to put on a memorable show- are coming together to warm up one of the first winter evenings of 2018 at the one and only Cafe Deux Soleils... There's no better way to spend the year's first Wednesday.

That Dog Was A Band Now:

Stopping by Vancouver on their quick Western Canadian tour, sporting members from Canada, Sweden, and the US of A, TDWABN has been making folk-ish music since meeting at a Northern Californian clown school in 2013. Despite being sometimes separated by thousands of miles of distance, they have played shows at dive bars, non-dive bars, theatres, festivals, street corners, town squares, weddings, children's parties, grown up parties, radio station sessions, and other odd scenarios in USA, Germany, Netherlands, Scandinavia, and Canada. Their unique sound and entertaining live show have helped them gain a loyal international fanbase. Their second EP was recorded last summer in a shipping container on a harbor in Denmark and they are currently in negotiations that should see the album released on an American indie label. This tour's lineup features Dustin J Allen, Linus Wiberg, Leo Matthis-Dickson, and the That Dog debut of the one and only Geran Koornhof.

Coldwater Road:

Lyrically rich with driving instrumentation, Coldwater Road gives folk music a reason to dance. Waltzing between love songs and foot-stomping murder ballads, CwRoad covers a lot of ground, their songs born around the campfire of BC’s Nicola Valley and seasoned on the seawalls of Vancouver. Their style reaches across Folk, Americana, Rock, and Country, and live performances are like James Taylor with the Lumineers. Performing as a duo to a five-piece, complete with rich harmonies and a wealth of musical textures. Gritty and acoustic, to layered and full of melody, Coldwater Road features Patrick Spencer (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica), Charles Wesley (electric guitar, vocals) and Max Kashetsky (vocals, keys); often joined by a fluid rhythm section including Stephanie Hodgins, Connor Brooks, Stuart Alves, and Sam MacKinnon.

Tickets $10 (but nobody turned away for lack of funds)

Be there! Bring a friend! Or a date! Or a tinder date! Perfect for that. ✌️❤️