Wide Mouth Mason head to Avalanche

Wide Mouth Mason will head to the Avalanche in Courtenay in support of their latest release No Bad Days.

On Oct. 18, Wide Mouth Mason will head to the Avalanche in Courtenay in support of their latest release No Bad Days.

No Bad Days was recorded live, off the floor, and it yielded amazing results from the band. From the break beat-infused Shut Up & Kiss Me to the Chris Robinson (of The Black Crowes)-penned Go Tell It To The Waterfall, to the Sept. 17 release of their infectious new single Get A Hold Of You, the band is eager to get on the road, ’cause the last time they toured was in 2010 with ZZ Top and Big Sugar.

Canadian rock staples, they became one of the first North American rock bands to play China in the 21st century — and their previous albums have yielded such hit singles as Midnight Rain, My Old Self, Why, Smile and Change.

 

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