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Eternal Husbands at the Byng

The Eternal Husbands perform live at the legendary Byng Roadhouse in downtown Cranbrook this coming Saturday, May 31. - Submitted
The Eternal Husbands perform live at the legendary Byng Roadhouse in downtown Cranbrook this coming Saturday, May 31.
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The Eternal Husbands perform live at the legendary Byng Roadhouse in downtown Cranbrook this coming Saturday, May 31. Sharing hometowns in both Edmonton and Montreal, the band (featuring guitarist-vocalist Rick Reid and bassist/keyboardist-vocalist Matt Leddy) have 12 years of hard-driving international touring behind them (over 1,000 shows), as well as half a dozen albums. Influenced by fuzz-guitar shoe-gazing psychedelia (or “fog-pop,” as they prefer to call themselves), the Eternal Husbands are one of Canada’s criminally unsung musical treasures. But no more! Come see for yourself as the Eternal Husbands (with local supporting act Blind Snyper) light up the sky! For more information please visit www.eternalhusbands.com.

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