Echo Nebraska


with Sarah Beatty

$10 advance, $13 door

Band Details

Echo Nebraskaechonebraska.com
Sarah Beattysarahbeatty.ca

From the Promoter

Join Vancouver folk-rockers, Echo Nebraska on their Eastern Canadian tour at The Cameron House (back room) in Toronto, ON. The band will be performing with Sarah Beatty on Saturday, April 29th. Tickets are $10-13, and doors open at 9pm.

ECHO NEBRASKA
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 with subtle shades of Americana. Within a week of launching the band, CBC Music added the video to their list, 'Best New Music Videos for November 2014'. Their debut EP, Send the Ships has charted well on numerous charts, reaching a high of #3 on CJSF. The band was recently selected to perform at BreakOut West 2016 in Regina, SK and Canadian Music Week 2017 in Toronto, ON.

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SARAH BEATTY
A songwriter and a scientist, Hamiltons Sarah Beatty sounds a bit like Dusty Springfield coming off a science bender. With a voice as sharp as a silver-spur and dangerous as a diamond-backed sidewinder (Raw Ramp), shes an amble adventurer of the inner and outer workings of being a human being. Her new album, Bandit Queen, released in February of this year peaked at #1 on Canada's Roots charts, has appeared in the Earshot Top 20, and keeps on being recognized by industry insiders as one of those albums that deserves to be heard (Beehive Candy). It has landed on international playlists all the way from Nashville to France and as a live performer, she's known for enchanting audiences with warmth, wit, and messages that make people think.

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