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Mounties tickets at Commodore Ballroom,Vancouver,BC on 3/21 8:00PM
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Commodore Ballroom is all set to showcase an astounding performance by the Mounties with guest Rich Aucoin. These talented artists would be bringing a unique blend of music to entertain the audience. Over the period of time the venue has been a host to award winning performers such as Lady Gaga, Nirvana, Tina Turner, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Tragically Hip, James Brown, Pearl Jam, KISS, The Beastie Boys, Coldplay, Weezer, The Police, U2, Kid Rock, Hedley, Dr. Dre, Katy Perry and more. Get your Mounties tickets to enjoy the musicians perform to the fullest.
Mounties is a band with members Steve Bays, Ryan Dahle and Hawksley Workman. Steve is the lead songwriter for the band who successfully kept Canada on the musical map through the 2000s. Steve has established himself as a successful producer, songwriter and mix engineer. His work includes collaborations with renowned bands such as Neverending White Lights, Fake Shark Real Zombie, Matinee, Sun Wizard, Small Town Pistols and more. Ryan released his recordings as a solo artist for the first time in 2009. He was awarded with the West Coast Music Award for his work as a producer and an engineer. He has mastered over three hundred records and has been nominated for Juno Awards. He successfully established himself as a co-writer, producer and engineer. Hawksley is famously referred to as "Canada's favorite songwriter" for his work as a producer, a musician and a multi-instrumentalist. He won the Juno Award twice and has been nominated for numerous awards.
The Mounties was formed when these three members first met in 2009. Three years later their recording sessions started to included notable work in 'Fur Trade', 'Hot Hot Heat', 'Limblifter', 'Age of Electric' and more. In 2013, the Mounties presented their hit number with "Headphones", which made it to the 'Canadian Radio'. The song ranked number nine at 'Alternative Radio' and number twelve at the 'Modern Rock'. The success was followed by the track "If This Dance Catches On" at number twenty on 'Alternative Radio'. Their debut album is set to be released by Light Organ Records this spring season under the title Thrash Rock Legacy. The Mounties have planned their national tour this March with Rich Aucoin. He would be opening from British Columbia to Manitoba as well as The Zolas across Ontario.
Based in Nova Scotia, Rich Aucoin is an indie rock Canadian musician. He is known for both his solo performances as well as his group performances and collaborations with other musicians. He presented his first EP in the year 2007. The album was intended to serve as an alternate to the song How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The release was supported with a unique tour that took place on a bicycle. Rich toured across Canada to promote the album and raise funds for Childhood Cancer Canada. He then set on another tour with Hylozoists. Formed in 2001, Hylozoists are a Canadian supergroup who produces instrumental rock. During the tours, Rich did a few recordings with various musicians across Canada. The compilation of these recordings became his full length debut album that was released in 2011 under the title We're All Dying to Live. The album presents over five hundred musicians including Rae Spoon, Becky Ninkovic of You Say Party, Jay Ferguson of Sloan, Michael Small of The Meligrove Band and more. The release party of the album included over eighty musicians on stage at the Halifax Pop Explosion Festival in 2011. The album was nominated for the 2012 Polaris Music Prize.
The Mounties earned great praise at the Rifflandia, a music festival. Their set was referred to as a "bundle of boundless energy". They are known for the fun they add to their music compositions and performances. Their performance at the Rifflandia set the audience into fits with memorable pop numbers from the eighties. Get your Mounties tickets before they run out. Bring your friends and family along at the Commodore Ballroom to enjoy the fun filled performance by the musicians.