The Steadies take the explosively popular Top 40 sound and mix it with rocksteady and reggae influences, creating what they’ve dubbed, “island rock.”
After nearly two decades of learning from some of the best producers in the world, Earl Pereira, frontman of Saskatoon-based band The Steadies and founding former member of the multi-platinum trio Wide Mouth Mason, has just released what he feels is the best work of his career. Their latest release, Starcity.
Starcity Shakedown is an ode to the band’s rocksteady roots and continues to build on the band’s signature style. Starcity Shakedown marks their first release since the 2012 self-titled EP which garnered a top-50 hit in Canada and was nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award.
Friday, Sept. 26 is going to be a StarCity Shakedown night of rocksteady roots. Tickets ($12 advance, $15 door) are available at Bop City, the Waverley Hotel, by phone (250) 336-8322 or online at cumberlandvillageworks.com