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Tiger Moon Vinyl Release Vernon

  • Record City 3127 30th Avenue Vernon, BC, V1T 2C2 Canada (map)

Get set for Tiger Moon's very first full-length release Cariboo & Whiskey comes out June 2017!

Tiger Moon is a West Canadian folk duo. Boasting harmonious sounds, heartfelt melodies, and foot-stomping rhythms, this is a pair to be reckoned with. They perform with a guitar, mandolin, two sets of boots and two big, rich voices. Drawing their sound from traditional folk, Canadiana, soul and rock, they are a minimalist barn-burning band with syrup-soaked harmonies. 

They took a team up to the Cariboo Mountain Region of BC to record a piece of Canadiana, and this is the album they emerged from the mountains with. They also recorded a documentary on the making of the album, soon to be available on DVD and online video streaming hosts. 

Recorded in the 19th century gold rush town of Barkerville, BC, 'Cariboo & Whiskey' is a unique expression of West Canadian Folk. It blends folk with country, and it's drizzled with Tiger Moon's signature syrup-soaked vocal harmonies. It's an upbeat, fun-loving album, with a little bit of heartache and lament mixed in for good measure. 

www.tigermoonmusic.com
www.youtube.com/channel/UCR7RBq_EODpHjXvllG3C6bg
tigermoon.bandcamp.com
www.facebook.com/tigermoonmusic
www.twitter.com/tweettigermoon
www.instagram.com/tigermoonmusic

Opening the night will be Vernon's Lowell Friesen Music.
Good friend of Tiger Moon, Canadian contemporary singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Lowell Friesen combines a tender hearted sensitivity, an edgy simmering angst and a dash of tongue in cheek humour to his brand of modern/folk, alt/country music. 

http://www.lowellfriesenmusic.net/
https://www.facebook.com/LowellFriesenMusic/
https://lowellfriesen.bandcamp.com/releases

ALL AGES
Doors at 8pm, Music at 9pm
$15 at the Door, $10 Advance:
https://www.okomfest.com/smg-tickets/tigermoon

Earlier Event: June 23
Origami Army w/ Cam White (Vernon)
Later Event: June 29
Blackberry Wood Shindig