Kings Of Lowertown Feb. 14th 2018 Horseshoe Tavern
KINGS OF LOWERTOWN BRING “RURAL, DIRT BLUES” TO TORONTO’S LEGENDARY HORSESHOE TAVERN ON VALENTINE'S DAY 2018 (Cover $5.00)
There is no live music club in Toronto or Canada with more history attached to it than the Horseshoe Tavern. Beyond just longevity, the Queen West institution has played a central role in each generation of Toronto's music scene since the '50s, and continues to thrive. Even more impressive is that it's managed to maintain its unique country-bar-in-the-city identity, adjusting only slightly with each passing of the torch. In our current moment of curated music festivals and symposiums, thank Christ for the legendary Horseshoe Tavern.
Kings Of Lowertown return to the stage in 2018 with songs from their impending Missouri Lowsider EP on Valentine's Day at the legendary Horseshoe Tavern.
Kings Of Lowertown welcomes multi-instrumentalist Jon Christink of Pembroke, Ontario into the fold, officially joining the group playing slide guitar, electric guitar and banjo.
Missouri Lowsider was written by band founder Mike Mackey and produced and engineered in Greenwood, Ontario at Skylark Park by Blinker The Star’s Jordon Zadorozny.
The new recordings dig deeper into the group's own, distinct rural blues sound, and lyrically deal with the tribulations of small town outsiders with lives on the periphery of society.
Watch Kings Of Lowertown’s Woodpile video on Vimeo:
Bless and deep thanks to the first-rate owners, management and employees of the Horseshoe Tavern.
For booking & media inquiries contact Old Highway 17 Productions c/o Mike Mackey:
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