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Closing Night After Party

The Conor Gains Band @ EVO Kitchen Saturday October 29, 9:30pm

Join us as we close our 10th anniversary in style with The Conor Gains Band! Tickets can be purchased online or at the door $10 entry fee. Complimentary food, cash bar.

One of the most dynamic blues rock acts in Canada The Conor Gains Band have delighted audiences at clubs and festivals across the continent.

This past summer the band toured Canada with impressive festival performances at the Tremblant International Blues Festival and Calgary Blues Festival as well as numerous club dates from Montreal to Vancouver.

Conor Gains, 23, has earned a reputation as one of Canada’s best guitarists and singer/songwriters. Indeed, his tune “Leave It On the Line” won the prestigious Cobalt Songwriting Prize (best contemporary blues song) at the 2016 Maple Blues Awards.

Several tunes from the 2014 CD “Run Away With The Night” have been played on blues, country and classic rock radio stations.

At the 2015 Kitchener Blues Festival the Conor Gains Band were honoured to open for the legendary Burton Cummings to kick off the four day event.

A month earlier they earned a standing ovation at the 2015 Montreal International Jazz Festival. Conor was also invited to play in the Festival’s tribute to the late B.B. King in front of 50,000 people an eye catching performance that led the Montreal Gazette to call him ‘the life-force of the music‘ in its review of the festival.

In 2014 the Conor Gains Band won the Toronto Blues Society Talent Search Competition and in 2012 they represented the Grand River Blues Society in the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee.

Conor has been performing live since the age of 12 and was invited to play with the late legendary Les Paul at New York’s Iridium Jazz Club in 2011 at the age of 15. Clearly the future is bright.

Sweet Thing (2016 recording)

Evil Man Live at 2015 Montreal International Jazz Festival

First Impressions  Live at 2015 Montreal International Jazz Festival

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