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Strike a Chord
 

The West End Cultural Centre presents
The Crooked Brothers
with Nereo II
Saturday, November 10, 2012

Doors 7:15pm | Show 8:00pm
Tickets $15 advance / $20 door
Available at The West End Cultural Centre, Ticketmaster and Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store

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The Crooked Brothers
 
 

Winnipeg’s The Crooked Brothers bring their blend of timeless country classic sounds, back porch blues and stomping scrap yard funk to the West End Cultural Centre on Saturday November 10th, 2012. Spoken word artist Nereo II opens the show.

As with Deathbed Pillowtalk (2009), The Crooked Brothers sophomore release Lawrence, Where's Your Knife? (2011) was self-produced and recorded in a small cabin over a cold Manitoban winter. A good dance, a good cry, it's all here. Their music is full of hips and heart, slinky throbbing bass lines, growling melodies, or a heartache stripped and unadorned. The diversity in instrumentation and vocal arrangements are the vanguard of The Crooked Brothers' art.

Jesse Matas, Darwin Baker and Matt Foster - all three are songwriters and multi-instrumentalists. Banjos, mandolins, dobro, guitar and harmonicas all take turns being juggled from brother to brother each having their own style and touch.

 

Nereo Jr. Eugenio, otherwise known as Nereo II, is a practitioner of many art forms. Nereo II is a Spoken Word Artist, Painter, Photographer, Video Editor, Designer, B-Boy, Educator and Healer. Nereo uses his art as a tool to inform, express, educate, empower, and help build connections with people and communities.

Nereo II is often invited to act as a key note speaker and live painter for various special events. He is seen as an advocate for the ‘Power of Art’. Nereo’s role as an inspiration is backed by his talent to produce meaningful art. He is a valued member of the Winnipeg arts community who inspires and leads by living a healthy lifestyle, one which aims at the development of mental, physical and spiritual growth.

The Crooked Brothers website | musicCBC

Nereo II website

 

 
   

 
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