Noble Thiefs steal the stage

Rock 'n' soul band The Noble Thiefs have been deemed "the most entertaining band in Winnipeg."

Rock ‘n’ soul band The Noble Thiefs have been deemed “the most entertaining band in Winnipeg” and they’ll be bringing their famous live show out west to us this week.

The tour is in support of the nationwide release of their new album, Beyond The 11th Deck.

The album has been holding a steady grip on the top spot of Winnipegʼs college radio charts and appearing on earshot! national top 50 charts for the first time this month. Beyond The 11th Deckʼs blend of soul, rock and roll, garage and reggae has received consistently positive reviews by music journalists and industry tastemakers in Winnipeg, landing the band a sophomore appearance at the 2012 TD Winnipeg International Jazz Festival on the coveted closing night.

Silky vocals and heartfelt lyrics are a large part of The Noble Thiefsʼ music, but there is no denying that itʼs their addictive live show that keeps people coming back for more. Raw, inspired and wrought with twisting emotion, Myron Dean, Riley Hastings, Ian Lodewyks and Tim Jones deliver an unparalleled live show that is more reminiscent of 70s-era punk than the 50s soul that so heavily influences their sound.

The band will present their new album on Friday, March 30 at The Northern Bar and Stage, Fernie.

 

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