Wicked Grin is coming to the Mex Pub April 11

Wicked Grin at The Mex

Saturday, April 11 show, no cover

Maple Blues Award winners Wicked Grin play The Mex Pub, on Saturday, April 11.

Since 2003, Murray Kinsley and Wicked Grin have been rockin’ festivals and clubs throughout Ontario and Quebec with their distinctive hard driving, in your face blues.  Kinsley’s fresh take on gritty blues and killer guitar delivers full-tilt blues with a groove that just won’t quit.

Wicked Grin’s latest CD, Shame On Me, is getting widespread airplay and favourable reviews in Canada, USA and Europe.

The Ottawa Citizen described Shame On Me as “…dark, bluesy ruminations on love and loss featuring the weathered vocals and nasty guitar of Kinsley, who must have sold his soul to achieve such depths of sonic wickedness.”

The show starts at 9:30 p.m. and there’s no cover charge.

 

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