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Triple Bill with Bad Strangers, Christie Rose and Shiloh Lindsay

Tractorgrease Cafe
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A triple bill at Tractorgrease with Bad Strangers, Christie Rose and Shiloh Lindsey. Show on Thursday April 26th 2018.

ickets are $12

Doors at 6pm Music starts at 7pm

Please leave us your # to call back

Call us for tickets 604 858 3814 while we’re open or etransfer the amount for tickets and we'll reserve your seating for the show.

transfer to tractorgrease@gmail.com

Any questions? Please email or phone us. We’d be happy to help.

Winter Hours
Thursday 5-10
Friday 5-12
Saturday 12- 10
Sunday 12 - 7


Bad Strangers Bio:
Bad Strangers is a vocally driven folk duo that is known for their powerful harmonies, catchy melodies and magnetic chemistry. Their songwriting stems from the connection they have with others, especially with each other. They strive to capture those powerful and uncomfortable moments that show us what it is to be honest and human. Their sound is a blend of folk, rock and country with their main goal being to connect and allow themselves to be vulnerable on stage, creating an intimate experience in any room. Their first full length album is coming out in March, and they are taking off for a two month tour across Canada in April 2018.

Christie Rose Bio:
Since arriving in Vancouver in 2004, Christie’s song writing has taken shape in the city's course of life, amongst circles and scenes where music and poetry converge. With a reverent awe of songwriters like Paul Simon, John Prine, and Joni Mitchell, hers are lyric-driven songs that could stand alone as poems, combined with striking melodies, delivered with a voice both powerful and nuanced. Her debut album “…and even the lion tamer’s got that same old blues…” is marked by shades of rockabilly, folk, doo-wop, rock n roll, and atmospheric ballads.

In addition to performing as a solo artist and front woman, she has also been active as a live back-up and studio musician/singer, most recently touring with groups including The Harpoonist & The Axe Murderer, and Miss Quincy & The Showdown.

Shiloh Lindsey is a storyteller. Her meticulous song crafting builds rich at every layer, like a master chemist of harmonies and human connections, churning the sheer vulnerability and preciousness of life into charged, haunting alt-country. Love may come and go, morning drifts in then daylight disappears, but rest assured, one little fire is burning ever bright.