Headstones TWO nights w/ Guests at Starlite Room - Edmonton @ The Starlite Room, Edmonton [23 November]

Headstones TWO nights w/ Guests at Starlite Room - Edmonton


690
23
November
19:00 - 23:59

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The Starlite Room
10030 102 St NW, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 0V6
ConcertWorks + 100.3 The Bear Present
Headstones w/ Guests
TWO NIGHTS
November 23 & 24th
The Starlite Room
Tickets on sale JULY 28th at 10AM
$34.95 advance tickets available online at ConcertWorks.ca & at Blackbyrd Myoozik

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Thursday November.23 — TICKET LINK
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Friday November.24 -2017- TICKET LINK
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Doors 7:00 PM — 18+ No Minors
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Canadian punk-rock band Headstones, formed in Kingston, Ontario in 1987, began their early music career performing to anyone who would listen. At the time, artists such as Neil Young and Leonard Cohen were gracing the charts on Canadian radio while American musician Stevie Ray Vaughn was reviving the blues south of the border. Headstones decided to take a much different approach.

Carrying a similar attitude to Iggy Pop and Henry Rollins, Hugh Dillon led members Trent Carr and Tim White into becoming a band synonymous with the real Canadian road-worn punk, touring their anti-social behaviour across the country to rough and restless fans.

With nearly six years of touring, songwriting and growing infamy, they were signed to MCA Records (now Universal Music Group) in 1993. They quickly released Picture of Health through their new label, earning them platinum status on the Canadian charts. Their second release, Teeth and Tissue, reached gold in 1995.

Within a couple of years, the band had solidified itself as a commercial force in the music industry, dominating the charts and airwaves with hits off 1996’s gold-selling album Smile and Wave. Their achievements soon culminated, when the band received Juno Award nominations for Best Group and Best Rock Album that same year. Following this peak in their success, Headstones put out two other records, Nickels For Your Nightmares in 2000 and The Oracle of Hi-Fi in 2002. The band officially broke up one year later in 2003, still ranked as one of the most commercially successful Canadian rock bands.

In 2010, Hugh Dillon received an unexpected phone call from a longtime friend and collaborator who had co-wrote “Cemetery”, one of the Headstones’ most popular songs. He was terminally ill, and would be leaving his young family in dire straits. Almost immediately, Dillon rushed to get the Headstones back together to play a benefit concert, which resulted in a handful of sold-out shows in Ontario. This experience allowed the Headstones to re-capture the spirit of camaraderie that originally drew them together.

In 2011, the Headstones officially reunited for fans at Toronto’s Sound Academy. Storming the stage, the Headstones seamlessly picked up from where they left off ten years ago. Off stage, they began collaborating and writing new music. They entered the studio and recorded the track, “binthiswayforyears,” releasing it for free via their website.

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headstonesband.com
facebook.com/HeadstonesBand
twitter.com/theheadstones
youtube.com/user/HeadstonesBand
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