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LUCKY RON'S ROCKABILLY MAYHEM w Steve Stacey and Terry Savage


with Chris Landry

$10 door

From the Promoter

LUCKY RON (Ottawa Country Legend)
The one... the only. Lucky Ron’s repertoire consists of strictly early country artists, his favourites being the hurting classics of the 40’s and 50’s that were the signatures of Hank Williams Sr., Faron Young and Charlie Louvin, as well as the songs of Johnny Cash and Stompin’ Tom Connors.

STEVE STACEY & THE STUMP SPLITTERS (Ottawa Traditional Country)
Steve Stacey is a throwback to the days of storytelling in song, contemplating life with humour, unique observations and truth that is too obscure to be a lie. Armed with songs about cars, lost love, drinking, the occasional murder ballad, no topic is off limits. Steve will keep you on your toes trying to figure out what will he say next. Working on a new album of original songs, Steve has 2 cd's of original material “Sounded Good at the Time” and “Tall Tales Fibs and Outright lies” which was described in Exclaim magazine -Steve Stacey and company have carjacked Buck Owens, rear-ended John Prine and made off with (at least) a vat of homemade whiskey to create this set of infectious masterpieces.

TERRY SAVAGE & THE WONKY HONKEES (Orillia Honky-Tonk)
Perfecting what they call "Roadhouse Trucker Slop Country", this 5 piece honky-tonk band hailing from Orillia, ON, CA, is sure to keep floors filled from the first note. Coming together over a passion for keeping country music raw and true to its roots but at the same time adding an energetic kick that has been winning over all audiences from folkies to metal heads and punkers. The personnel that make up this outfit are Terry Savage (tele spanking/lead vocal), Timmay Kehoe (crying pedal steel guitar), Stanton McKinon (honky-tonk piano/other assorted keys), and let's not forget the thundering rhythm section from hell that is Grant Lauer (bass guitar/harmony vocals) and Aaron Bennet (drums/voices).

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