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  1. Saturday August 11 Must Stash Hat The Pub Owen Sound 10pm-2am 3 sets No Cover This is our first show in a couple of months, and we are ready to deliver laser beams of Canadian jamband music into your soul. see you there. https://www.facebook.com/events/1163681943797333/
  2. poster by: Dan Auld Kick off 2018 right! with Must Stash Hat every Thursday in January. No cover 9pm start
  3. My recording of the Friday November 11 , 2016 Mustashat show at Baltimore House in Hamilton, On is available for download/stream https://archive.org/details/mustashat2016-11-11
  4. Nufunk Presents Saturday, April 2nd, 2016 8:30 PM The Unseen Strangers "Stranger Places" CD Release Burdock Music Hall - 1184 Bloor St. W Facebook / Online Tickets http://unseenstrangers.ca/ The Unseen Strangers have ambitiously cultivated a musical identity shaped by good old-fashioned bluegrass, the limitless barrage of contemporary musical influences, and a curious sense of humor. Newgrass ambassadors, The Unseen Strangers favor innovation over convention. For their newest album, Stranger Places (April 1st, 2016), the band challenged the limits of what they are capable of, exploring the gamut of what can be done with strings. The result is a collection of fun, stunning songs featuring inimitable instrumental performances. The seven-part instrumental kick off "Ice Jam" launches the listener on an expansive journey through nine original songs, including the three-piece horn section funkiness of "Old City Jail" and the psychedelic newgrass epic "Square Trance". The Strangers also pay homage to their bluegrass roots on “Wicked Lover” and the freight train inspired barnburner "New Railroad Blues". For Stranger Places, the band simplified their approach to the studio with quick, concise live off the floor sessions. The band teamed up with Toronto, ON based engineer and producer Andrew Collins (Creaking Tree String Quartet; Foggy Hogtown Boys), recording the album over several months in 2015. The band was started in 2008 by Adam Shier, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and driving force behind The Unseen Strangers. Adam fell in love with the sound of Bluegrass while attending college in Halifax and was soon recruiting his best friends to be in a Bluegrass band. The band quickly recorded an album and were excited to win a Music Nova Scotia Award in 2009 for Bluegrass/Country Album of the Year. The has grown immensely from these small beginnings but a similar goal remains, to play new energetic bluegrass music with respect to the incredible lineage of its tradition. The Strangers approach to bluegrass is open-ended yet inclusive; they’ve been on the roster for several forward thinking festivals, including Delfest, where they won the band competition in 2013. The Unseen Strangers continue to add to their diverse festival resume while consistently developing their sound both onstage and in the studio. Press Quotes “These guys are good”~ CBC Radio "The Unseen Strangers aren’t pretending to be cowboys. They’ll interrupt themselves for an instrumental breakdown of I Like To Move It…”~ The Globe and Mail
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