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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

with guests Marc Olszewski and Marc Perri

@ Casbah Lounge – 8PM – LIC/AA :: $5

306 King Street West, Hamilton

(905) 521-4441

Still buzzing from their stunning Hamilton debut in January

alternative country musicians the Cavaliers! return to the Casbah

on July 15.




(Newmarket, Ontario)

Alternative country musicians Cavaliers! have a steadily growing

audience for their sweet and harmonious vocals and the downcast

beauty of their music. In April 2007, Mich Verrier and Adam

Pariselli, two members of the reggae band The Expos, approached

Britton Allison to begin collaborating on this new alt country

project. Mike Del Borello, from the band Crookedhook, and long-

time friend of Pariselli, jumped on board to create steady and

outstanding rhythm for the band. Soon after, Dan Roth joined to

cap off the band, using atmospheric electric guitar to create an

overall outstanding sound. After recording their debut album with

Mitch Girio during the summer of 2007, they are now ready to take

the world by storm. Influenced by artists such as Ryan Adams,

Neko Case, Wilco, Stars and Lucinda Williams, their male-female

vocal combination and country-influenced songs leave listeners

begging for more. These multi-talents, all hailing from different

genres of music, have come together to form something unique

and completely undeniable.



Mary Milne


(Toronto, Ontario)


Five years ago Mary opened a vintage clothing shop on Dundas

west in Toronto. She thought it would be a good way to practice

her guitar playing without anyone telling her to get back to work.

Mary quickly became busy honing her live shows-from playing the

Free Times and The Cameron in Toronto, The Bitter End and

CBGB's in New York to Hallwells Contemporary arts centre in

Buffalo. Part folk, part garage sale, occasionally ridiculous, she

gets the audiences attention with the offbeat and then keeps it

with the incredible strength of her songwriting.


Marc Olszewski is a singer/songwriter from the Hamilton area and

was once part of the duo "i&i", a staple of the Hess Village music

scene in the mid 1990's. "From early on, I realized that the most

important thing in music - for me - was a good song," he says.

"That song could be by Richard Thompson or it could be by

Blondie.... but without good songs there's not much to build

upon." His set at the Casbah Lounge will feature original material

as well as a couple of favorites from his personal collection. Look

for his current recordings on myspace in the weeks to come!

and Marc Perri (folk/blues/rock)

The soul of Otis Redding giving Johnny Cash a high five.

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