With an acoustic guitar in his hands and a giant stomp box under his feet, Winnipeg’s Greg Rekus delivers his own unique brand of punk rock-infused folk music guaranteed to shake rafters, move
floorboards, and get even the most stoic of concert-goers out of their seats. From the U.K. to the Ukraine, through Canada, the United States and Mexico, Rekus is no stranger to the touring circuit, sharing the stage with friends and delighting audiences far and wide with songs from his three independently released full-length albums, all the while setting an entirely new standard for DIY music.
Crones are a band what have been around for a while. 5, 6 years? I don’t know. Nathan, the front guy had been using the name for solo stuff before he got Britt, Cal, Landon & Sweet Baby Dibbs involved, so it’s kinda hazy. They’re a rock band, I think, but they gots lots of weird songs about Gatorade & flying fish & junk. I think they’re pretty cool.
Tim Holehouse has spent the last 10 years on the road touring his ass off to play his music to the people of the world, playing his brand of mutant delta blues (delta blues played by a guy who was raised on a musical diet of being in Hardcore bands like Minor Threat, Husker du, Minute men and Black Flag).