Where the band has no name

A band with no name will be playing The Brickhouse in Fernie this Saturday.

A band with no name will be playing The Brickhouse in Fernie this Saturday.

After a summer of wild rides criss-crossing back and forth across the country, with a few different musicians, Jesse and Jacquie have added a new permanent member to the band, and now need a new name.

Percussionist Matt Blackie has turned Jesse and Jacquie’s dynamic duo into a tremendous trio and the band is taking suggestions from the public and a Facebook campaign to come up with their new name.

Their 2011 acclaimed album, Our Ghosts Will Fill These Walls, was released to rave reviews and airplay across the country.

The album is a rigorous exercise in roots rock, and this hard working and talented group are coming to the forefront of the Canadian independent music scene. See them on stage and you’ll see what all the buzz is about. They harmonize beautifully, compliment each others’ playing and create a force to be reckoned with in their music.

The trio are playing at The Brickhouse in Fernie on February 25 at 9 p.m.


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