Long Range Hustle

The Horseshoe Tavern Presents

Long Range Hustle

Skye Wallace, The Tourist Company

Fri, March 22, 2019

Doors: 9:00 pm

The Horseshoe Tavern

Toronto, ON

$15

Tickets at the Door

This event is 19 and over

Advance tickets also available at Rotate This, Soundscapes and The Horseshoe Tavern front bar

Long Range Hustle
Long Range Hustle
If you’re new to a Long Range Hustle show, it only takes a minute to feel howtheir contagious energy connectswith everyone in the room. From a sweat soaked club to a breezy festival stage, Long Range Hustle brings the warm infectious melodies, driving rhythms, and gorgeous harmonies, in spades.A mix of high school and summer camp counsellor tenures brought the core of this southern Ontario five-piece together -Paul Brogee (vocals, guitar, violin),JayFoster (vocals, piano), MikeBrogee (bass, vocals), and AJFisico (drums, vocals) with Ryan Pritchard (guitar) solidifying the line up in early 2017. Each of the five members come from diverse musical backgrounds, ranging from jazz to rock to classical, but all share a common love for songwriting and performing.TheupcomingFebruary 15th2019release of their new album, Town, brings the dawn of a new chapterfor LRH. A recording session at The BathouseStudio near Kingston, Ontario with acclaimed Scottish producer and mixer, Tony Doogan (Belle & Sebastian, Wintersleep, Snow Patrol) brings about a refined and evolved sound for the band, reflective of their persistent drive to push themselves.The band started to gain momentum with the release of “From Seedlings to Saplings...”in 2016. Confront Magazine noted, the sound “strays from the guitar-drums-bass formula to incorporate violin and piano in every hook-laden song.” Over the last few years, touring hastaken them from the Maritimes to Manitoba, they’ve shared stages with Arkells, Matt Mays, Big Wreck, and delighted hometown crowds with month-long residencies at Toronto’s Dakota Tavern
Skye Wallace
Skye Wallace
Skye Wallace is a highly trained vocalist working to compile all of the stark elements of the Canadian landscape into a sort of musical archive. Inspired by historical non-fiction and field recordings, particularly the esteemed National Parks Project, Skye's songs are made out of stories that are hidden in plain sight. The resulting sound is both experimental and orchestral.

Originally from Toronto, Skye is currently residing, performing, and writing in Vancouver. She has played cities coast to coast, including St. John's, Halifax, Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Edmonton, Calgary, Victoria, and Vancouver. Skye continues to cause a stir with tours and home shows.

Recently, a new album has been released, presenting a more orchestral, layered, and unique flavor. The release on March 23rd, 2013 took place in an alternative venue space in a downtown east side guitar factory and was filled to capacity with an energetic crowd. The album showcases 12 songs that form a cohesive collection, while each having their own individual sound. Produced by Cody Taylor of Fiend Recordings, it features Dominique Fricot, Jasper Sloan Yip, Bocephus King, and many more.

This Is How We Go will be toured across the country from the end of April to June. Sparked by the acceptance into VIARail's onboard entertainment program, Skye Wallace and violinist Devon Kroeger will embark on a tour with stops throughout Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland, performing with many guest artists in each new city.

As Skye's collaborative spirit grows, so does the depth of the music made. Working under the sentiment that music will come together in the way that it's meant to, Skye exudes a sense of fearlessness and passion that is rare nowadays.
The Tourist Company
Venue Information:
The Horseshoe Tavern
370 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON, M5V 2A2
http://www.horseshoetavern.com/