Pugs and Crows perform at Joe’s

The Pugs and Crows are adding a series of shows in and around B.C. with a brand new sophomore album to the mix.

Along with all of the beautiful sights and sounds of Spring in Vancouver, the Pugs and Crows are adding a series of shows in and around B.C. with a brand new sophomore album to the mix.

Vancouver’s award-winning five-piece is set to release their second album, Fantastic Pictures, in June and it will be available at any one of the band’s upcoming concerts.

This album, recorded and engineered by Sheldon Zaharko at The Factory Studios and produced by the one and only Chris Gestrin, is sure to turn some heads.

Its eclectic mix of both indie rock and modern jazz sounds stays true to the band’s well-loved cinematic soundscape, while layering in new, bolder sounds and unique sonic textures. Fantastic Pictures is a well-crafted album, sure to appeal to all listeners.

The Pugs and Crows visit Joe’s Garage in Courtenay this Friday as part of a mini-tour of B.C.

The band is to perform its most illustrious show to date June 22, opening for Bill Frisell at the Vogue Theatre as part of the Vancouver International Jazz Festival.

 

Tickets for the Joe’s Garage gig are limited. They’re available at Bop City Records in Courtenay for the advance price of $15 or on a first come basis for $20 at the door.

Joe’s Garage is a restaurant venue with limited seating. The kitchen opens at 7:30 p.m. with the show starting at 9:30 p.m. Reserved seating is for dinner patron only.

View the menu online at www.joeson5th.ca Book your dinner reservations at milo@joeson5th.ca or call 250-702-6456 for information.

 

— Joe’s Garage

 

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