Double Release! Nik Field / Chloé Laberge & The Noisy Locomotive

 

Venue Info

Saturday, April 15, 2017 - 8:00pm
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Chloé Laberge, The Noisy Locomotive, and Nik Field would like to invite you to their Double Release Party!
$10 Cover or $25 Cover & Both CDs!
8pm - Saturday, April 15th @ Happy Goat Coffee Co.

Nik Field
nikfieldmusic.ca

A dusty church room in Chinatown, cozy apartments, poutine and gear hunting through the bustling streets of Montreal. Nik Field's debut solo album Where the Watermelons Grow brings together the sights, sounds and familiar faces that have defined him as a songwriter. Influences of John Prine, Paul Simon, early Tom Waits, and traditional folk music inspire this diverse set of original songs, each with a compelling story to tell. Where the Watermelons Grow is self-produced, recorded and mixed, and is as honest as they come.

Chloé Laberge & The Noisy Locomotive
noisylocomotive.com
chloelabergesite.wordpress.com/about/

Entre plusieurs tournées mondiales avec le cirque, ainsi qu'un retour à la terre en agriculture et en menuiserie, 'The Noisy Locomotive' est de retour. Cette fois-ci, en compagnie de Chloé Laberge, qui les accompagne au chant et à l'accordéon cajun. Leur nouvel album "Chloé Laberge & The Noisy Locomotive" est une collection de chansons cajuns inspirées des frère Balfa, ainsi que des chansons traditionnelles des bois québécois. L'album a été enregistré à Cantley, QC, un beau soir d'hiver...tous autour d'un micro, le souper sur le poêle et le bon vin en main. C'est un vrai party de cuisine, et on vous y invite!

“Ces musiciens possèdent un art précis, celui de faire renaitre des airs d’autrefois, ceux du vrai style old-time...Musiciens chevronnés et dotés des mêmes talents d’antan, ils nous rappellent la débauche d’un de ces fameux partys de cuisine dont nous sommes restés nostalgiques.” - Basement 819

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After a busy year of farming, timber framing and touring the world with the circus, The Noisy Locomotive are back. This time around they are joined by Chloé Laberge, who will lend her captivating voice and accordion playing to the gang. Their new album “Chloé Laberge & The Noisy Locomotive” is a collection of Cajun and Québécois tunes that are near and dear to their hearts. The album was recorded on a chilly winter’s night in Cantley, QC, huddled around a single mic, with dinner on the stove and whiskey and wine a-flowing. This is a kitchen party, no doubt about it—and you’re invited.

“All the historical spirit of old-time traditional music resonates within this talented, fun band…There are lots of indirect descendants [of old-time music], and The Noisy Locomotive are terrific examples of that.” - Penguin Eggs

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