Thu. July 27th 2017 8pm doors at 6pm (All Ages) $12
Reservations close 4 hours prior to show time.
Bursting on to the Canadian music scene in the fall of 2014 with the release of a music video for their first single, ‘Hey, Allison’, Vancouver’s Echo Nebraska quickly gained a reputation of combining soul strung acoustic songs and subtle shades of Americana. Within a week of launching the band, CBC Music added the video to their list of Best New Music Videos for November 2014.
Send the Ships has charted highly on numerous campus stations across Canada, reaching a high of #3 on CJSF.
Nick Mintenko and band
In March 2017 Nick released his first solo album "What I Thought I Knew". In affiliation with a charity that Nick supports, I Challenge Diabetes, The album received positive reviews from Grayowl Point and Ride The Tempo. The title track garnered the honors of being the #5 song of the week for the second week of January 2017 on Ride The Tempo's charts.
Hold up to the Fire, Echo Nebraska’s sophomore effort, sees the Vancouver folk-rock outfit expand on their reputation of combining soul-strung acoustic songs with melodic pop sensibilities. They were determined to write music that was universally accessible and affirming, focusing on introspective themes of love, loss and perseverance.
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"Neck" (I bring da Funk)
I've been playing music nearly my whole life, and have played the bass obsessively since I turned 17. I have been gigging the whole way, and have had regular paid gigs on bass for the last year. My tastes range quite a lot and I'm open to playing most styles of music. more info