Informations about this concert and the next ones of The Dead South
In this page you will find informations about the concert of The Dead South in Oslo on 03/29/2020 and his future concerts.
The Dead South is a four-piece acoustic ensemble based in Regina, Saskatchewan. With Born Elsa' gritty vocals and aggressive guitar strumming, Scott Pringle's soaring harmonies and mandolin chops, Colton Crawford's blazing banjo licks and steady kick drum, and Danny Kenyon important cello melodies, The Dead South blends elements of folk, bluegrass, classical, and rock which results in a unique, modern, and authentic blend of boot-stompin' acoustic music. The Dead South has been hard at work since they formed a band after playing the most important shows, some of which include: on show at the Reeperbahn Festival 2014, Canadian Music Week 2014, Regina Folk Festival, Ness Creek Music Festival, Gateway Music Festival, Juno Fest 2013 – 2014, Grey Cup Festival 2013 where they opened for Serena Ryder, Saskatchewan Party Premier's Dinner, The Works Art and Design Festival, All Folk'd Festival, Frontier Days Festival, The long Days of the Feast, a Selection of Cup Festival and the Cathedral Village Arts Festival. In the top of the play, The Dead South released an EP in June 2013 titled The Ocean went mad and We Were to Blame. After the success of their debut, The Dead South is back in the studio and recorded their first full-length album, titled Good Company, which was released in the month of April 2014, to a capacity crowd at local venue, The Owl. Shortly after the release of Good Company, the Dead South, presented at the Canadian Music Week in Toronto, where they caught the attention of Jörg Tresp of Devil Duck Records (based in Hamburg, Germany). He immediately signed the band, the album in Europe, and has booked the band for numerous overseas tours. Previously, in 2014, The Dead South entered the 104.9 FM the Wolf Queen City Rocks battle of the bands competition where they have won, coming out ahead of 24 other bands. Shortly after, they were selected to represent Saskatchewan in the national CBC searchlight competition for Canada's best new artist. Have subsequently received local and national recognition along with airplay on 104.9 FM The Wolf , CBC Radio 2 and several other radio stations, some of which include CJTR Regina Community Radio, CFCR Saskatoon Community Radio, and CBC Radio 1 in Saskatchewan. The Dead South has been interviewed and featured in many newspapers across the province, some of which include the Leader Post, The Verb, Metro, Bridges, and QC. I was on Global TV and CTV several times to promote their music and shows. The band has also been on the cover of the City Slicker, a Queen magazine, which will present a profile of the band after winning the Queen City Rocks. Since the birth of the band, the Dead South has always pushed the energy of their live shows, as well as pushed to what is possible between four ordinary acoustic instruments. The unique abilities and viewpoints of each band member make The Dead South impossible band to duplicate, and a fixture of the Regina music scene that will not soon leave. The Dead South is: Nate, Elsa, Scott Pringle, Colton Crawford, Danny Kenyon The Dead South Facebook Biography
These are some hits sung by The Dead South. You will find the name of the album in brackets:
Saturday 4 april 2020 The Dead South will sing at the Rockefeller of Oslo.
- 2020/04/04 20:00JahrhunderthalleFrankfurt Am Main, Germania
- 2020/04/04 20:00La MadeleineBrussels, Belgio
- 2020/04/04 20:00Poppodium Q-FactoryAmsterdam, Paesi Bassi
- 2020/04/04 20:00Le ForumLiège, Belgio
- 2020/04/05 20:00JahrhunderthalleFrankfurt Am Main, Germania
- 2020/04/09 19:00VelodromBerlin, Germania
- 2020/04/10 19:30MetropoolEnschede, Paesi Bassi
- 2020/04/11 19:00FesthalleFrankfurt Am Main, Germania
- 2020/04/14 21:30Circolo MagnoliaNovegro, Italia
- 2020/04/15 19:00ZenithMünchen, Germania