Class Action is returning to Canmore in what seems like years, probably because it has actually been four or five years, what are we doing with ourselves. Anyways, we’re excited to be back and playing the glorious Canmore Hotel. Come join us for a couple sets with our new lineup. We’ll be throwing pretty much everything we got at this one.
Ladies and gentlemen it is about freaking time for an update. 2013 has been an interesting year for Class Action, we saw the departure of some good friends, Tom and Scott (both drums) and Chad (guitar and vocals) as well as the return of a dear friend on trombone (Nate). Obviously we found someone else to sit behind us and wail on things in long time friend of the band Tracey. So for the past couple months we have kept quiet, except to my neighbours, transitioning into this new version of Class Action. For the first time ever, our horn section is larger than our rhythm section, which frankly as a member of the rhythm section scares the hell out of me, I am certain they are planning some kind of coup. Honestly though, I can say that I am more excited about the direction and future of this band than I have been in a long time. We have some really exciting things on the horizon that we will announce soon. In the meantime checkout last week’s episode of 23 minutes of ska, www.23ska.com
Have you heard The Boom Booms? They’re from Vancouver, they are very very good!
What about local surf rockers Robot Workers? We’ve had the privilage to play with these guys a couple times, they are also very good.
What about Class Action? How can you have not heard of Class Action, you’re on their website right now. That doesn’t make any sense. Stop what you’re doing and go listen to their new EP, there are links to it right above this, I’ll wait.
Yeah, I know, awesome lineup. Should be an amazing show.
The Palomino: 109 – 7 Avenue SW
Back to school time, and the SAIT Students’ Association decided to throw a party and invite The Aggrolites, all the way from Los Angeles, the entire SAIT population, and anyone else that is free Saturday, September 8. Oh, and they said Class Action could come too.
Tickets are $15 at the door, but they are $12 in advance at the Gateway, Sloth Records, Ticketmaster(plus fees) or from one of your friendly Class Action members (Not one of the mean ones though). HOWEVER if you are a student at SAIT you get in for FREE! Seriously, I can’t even make this stuff up, just bring your student ID.
Doors at 8:00. See you there!