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Event Archive - Award winning Roots band The Warped 45s play Duncan Garage: The Warped 45s

Fri. November 12th 2010 - Fri. November 12th 2010 The Duncan Showroom - Upstairs Duncan BC (All Ages)
8:00pm - 12:00 doors at 7pm
12 adv. 15 at the door
Presented by: Longevity John
Toronto roots rock band The Warped 45s were the winners of the NXNE $10,000 fan choice award, 2009. Their debut full length CD "10 Day Poem for Saskatchewan " came out Sept 1, 2009 to critical acclaim and continues to chart on College radio, is in rotation on CBC ONE, TWO and THREE, and multiple commercial stations across the country. The record made Exclaim's top ten Wood, Wire and Whiskey records of 2009 and was recently nominated for Polaris consideration by Brian Acker (Hero Hill) and Bruce Leperre (CKDM). The band has been touring as much as possible, both east and west, playing shows with favorite bands Elliott Brood, Drive By Truckers, Justin Rutledge, United Steal Workers of Montreal, The Beauties, Deer Tick, T. Nile and more. The Warped 45s enjoyed a fantastic Western Canadian tour this June/July - highlights include playing live on Shore FM in Vancouver, and WINNING the battle of the bands "cover song showdown" at Rawlco Radio in Calgary. The Warped 45s were excited to play Hillside Music Festival and other festivals this summer, gearing up to hit the road for one last big tour before settling into the studio to record their next album January, 2011.


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