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SADIES, Young Rival, Houston-Lewis, HAMILTON, Fri Nov 28


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[color:green]Cincinnati Records Proudly Presents

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28, 2008

Toronto Garage-Psych-Soul-Punk-Country-Surf Passioneers,

THE SADIES

with special guests YOUNG RIVAL

plus HOUSTON-LEWIS (Gord Lewis/Teenage Head + Chris Houston/Forgotten Rebels)

9PM || 19+ || $15

CASBAH, 306 King St W || 905-521-4441

Adv tickets @ Casbah Lounge, Dr.Disc, on-line

The Sadies

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The Sadies are a Canadian indie rock and alternative country band from Toronto, Ontario.

The band consists of Dallas Good (also of Phono-Comb), Travis Good, Sean Dean and Mike Belitsky. Dallas and Travis Good are the sons of Bruce Good, a member of the Canadian country group The Good Brothers.

In addition to their own recordings, the Sadies often collaborate with other country-rock artists, such as Blue Rodeo, Jon Langford, The Tragically Hip, The Deep Dark Woods, Jon Spencer, Southern Culture on the Skids, Robyn Hitchcock, Dave Alvin, Edgar Breau, Andre Williams, (on the 1999 country-influenced Red Dirt), and are the preferred live backing band of singer Neko Case. The Sadies are also featured in Adult Swim's 12 oz. mouse. An instrumental performed by the band can be heard during the scene in which Rhoda the bartender is murdered.

The members of the Sadies have also participated, with Greg Keelor and Rick White, in the supergroup The Unintended.

WEBS:

http://www.thesadies.net

http://www.youngrival.com

http://www.teenagehead.ca

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I fuckin' love the Sadies. We just saw them in MTL. Showed up late because we were at the hockey game and as we walked in some dame told us there were only 3 songs left. Luckily we got in for free.

Sure enough, there were only 3 songs left but when they came out for their encore they said "We are going to do 10 more songs" Wicked. 10 songs later and they leave the stage only to be pulled back out for a second encore by their adoring fans. 3 more songs brought the total to 16, sending us back to our hotel ecstactic. Then we staggered to Dunns and ordered way too much food.

These guys might be my favorite touring Canadian band right now.

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