Juno Award nominated rockers The Trews are heading to Burton Cummings Theatre for a Friday night party, on Jan. 28. The achievements of rock ‘n’ roll heavyweights
Juno Award nominated rockers The Trews are heading to Burton Cummings Theatre for a Friday night party, on Jan. 28.
The achievements of rock ‘n’ roll heavyweights The Trews are many and mighty, highlighted by multiple radio hits drawn from seven critically acclaimed studio albums and several EPs, a pair of live records, and a retrospective. Singles such as Not Ready To Go, Highway of Heroes, Tired of Waiting, and Poor Ol’ Broken Hearted Me have cemented The Trews as one of Canada’s most exciting acts.
Among the most prolific, electrifying, and innovative bands on the planet, The Trews — singer/guitarist Colin MacDonald, guitarist John-Angus MacDonald, bassist Jack Syperek, drummer Chris Gormley, and keyboardist Jeff Heisholt — have shared stages with everyone from the Rolling Stones to Weezer, Bruce Springsteen to Rich Robinson, the latter collaboration culminating in three blazing tracks on the band’s latest, The Wanderer, cut in Nashville with the one-time Black Crowes guitarist.
Amid the global pandemic, which halted both the Nashville sessions and tour plans for 2018’s epic Civilianaires album, The Trews completed Wanderer at home in Canada with producers Derek Hoffman and Eric Ratz, emerging with their fiercest and most accomplished set of songs to date, and a heck of a backstory to boot.
Entry may be subject to any COVID-19-related rules and restrictions in place at the time of the event, including but not limited to, proof of fully vaccinated status being required for entry. For more information click here.
(Friday) 8:00 pm CST
Burton Cummings Theatre
364 Smith St, Winnipeg Manitoba