The Bros. Landreth Sunday January 30 2022 at 7:15 PM PST
Sunday January 30 2022 at 7:15 PM PST
The Bros. Landreth with opening act Under The Rocks
The Bailey Theatre Sunday Jan 30th at 7:15pm
General Admission $38.50. Vaccination Certificate Required.
19+ event. Doors at 6:30 pm. 30 min intermission. Licensed.
$10 Shuttle Service also available round trip from Rossland to Trail. Must purchase before January 23rd. Purchase here by selecting the 'Show & Shuttle' ticket. Information on pick up and drop off times/details will be emailed to shuttle patrons 1 week prior.
Before they were The Bros. Landreth, Joey and Dave were only looking for a good excuse to spend a little more time together. They had spent their respective early years backing up other artists and touring the world as hired musicians until one particularly long and challenging tour prompted Joey to call his older brother with a simple proposal. “When I get home, let’s sit down and make some noise together” would be the call that would be the turning point – seeing them focus on their own roots rock sound that went on to be celebrated on their acclaimed debut album, Let It Lie.
Originally released in their hometown of Winnipeg in 2013, Let It Lie was re-released in 2015 after signing a record deal with Nashville-based Slate Creek Records. The album received widespread acclaim, won multiple awards including a JUNO, and propelled the band to play over 400 tour dates around the world. A Rolling Stone review praised the band’s “quiet storm of slide guitar solos, blue notes, three part harmonies”. Lifelong musical hero, Bonnie Raitt, was equally impressed after catching the band’s set, saying "I haven't liked a band as much as The Bros. Landreth in a long time. To hear this kind of funky, southern style rock played with such originality and soul will knock you out."
Then, the band went on a hiatus. A break afforded Joey Landreth the opportunity release and extensively tour his debut solo album Whiskey in 2017, furthering his reputation for being a first-rate guitar slinger, songwriter, and performer in his own right. Joey’s booming solo career might have delayed the timeline for the brothers, yet they never stopped writing songs that would eventually be recorded for their long awaited, follow-up release. “The time off that we took between touring Let It Lie and coming back together to make this next album was really difficult.” Dave says. “It was tough, but we needed to do it. Being away from each other gave us some really valuable perspective. It let us realize just how important and deeply satisfying it is for us to make music together and that’s something that we won’t soon forget.”
Teaming up in studio with drummer Ryan Voth, guitarist Ariel Posen,and longtime producer Murray Pulver, the soon to be released album is an exciting evolution of the band’s sound, honed by thousands of hours on stage and filtered through the lens of the last many years on the road. “We’ve got hundreds and hundreds of shows and thousands and thousands of miles under our belts. This next record has a confidence that we didn’t have - couldn’t have with the first.” The Bros. Landreth’s journey took some unexpected turns, but ultimately reaffirmed two brother’s earnest desire to make honest music together. Release in fall of 2019, their follow up album called ’87, a nod to the real beginning of the band; the year they became brothers.
Under the Rocks is an energetic young string band based out of British Columbia, Canada. The band has been together since 2016, but started as a duo years earlier. Comprised of Chris Baxter (Banjo/Mandolin), Jordan Klassen (Guitar), Drew Schulz (Bass) and Chloe Davidson, a 3-time Provincial Fiddle champion and Canadian Masters Competitor. Inspired by traditional and contemporary American Bluegrass, UTR applies the modern sensibilities of its collective members to stand on the shoulders of tradition and make music that is creative, reflective, relevant and entertaining. Under the Rocks pride themselves on the energetic and dynamic nature of their live shows which feature an eclectic mix of musical styles and stories they hope make you want to dance and sing, or sit and listen. Whether it is exciting instrumentals, melodic harmonies or thoughtful lyrics Under the Rocks offers something captivating for most everyone.
Tickets for Bros. Landreth can be picked up at The Bailey Box Office Mon-Friday between 12- 4 pm or at the door. Blizzardfest Passes can be purchased here.
Thank you to Tourism Rossland. With funding support from the BC Arts Council, the Government of British Columbia, and the BC Touring Council. This project is funded [in part] by the Government of Canada. / Ce projet est financé [en partie] par le gouvernement du Canada.
COVID Protocols •All attendees must present their BC or Federal Vaccine Certificate showing TWO doses of a COVID19 vaccination AND government photo identification. Ticketholders, who are unable to comply, cannot attend and should contact our Box Office for a refund. •At this time, shows are capped at 360 audience members (50% of venue capacity) as per BC Provincial Health Orders. If provincial restrictions are lifted, audience size will increase to 100% capacity (720 people). •Masks must be worn in all common areas. •COVID protocols are subject to change depending on the COVID Climate and BC Provincial Health Orders. •Doors open at 6:30 pm. •Not feeling well? Please stay home. Call us in advance and we will refund your ticket.
The Bailey Theatre
1501 Cedar Avenue
Trail BC V1R 4C7
This is a general admission performance - the seats are on a first come, first serve basis when you arrive at the theatre.
Doors open 1/2 hour prior to start of performance.