PS I Love You, Everett Bird
Friday, May 12, 2017
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
Bronson Centre Theatre
This event is all ages
due to overwhelming demand, this show has been moved to the Bronson Centre Theatre!
Tickets still saying Zaphod Beeblebrox will be honoured at the door and will allow access to the standing pit area up front. Please note, the show is now open to all ages (with bar service for those over 19 with valid ID), and doors are now open at 7pm (with an 8pm start time for Everett Bird).
tickets also available at Vertigo Records and both Compact Music locations
lineup, date, venue, times and ticket price subject to change without notice.
nomination for Best New Artist. Their incredible “Americanarama” video garnered over 1.4 Million
YouTube views with its forcefully creative approach to video making, and the album spawned the Top 10 radio hits “Americanarama” and “Juliette” as well as Top 20 radio hit "Got To Lose." The launch of White Paint followed, their 2013 studio release, which included the Top 10 song and video for “So It Goes,” a wrenchingly personal story about lead singer Menno Versteeg's Dutch grandfather, whose life was spared in World World II. Hollerado's band ethos is spent building a music community of music loving fans, so it's no surprise that 2015's 111 Songs was a project where they wrote custom songs for specific fans. This exhaustive continuous songwriting project built the working framework for the release for their new single, “Born Yesterday, which hints at the sheer energy of musical and creative offerings to come from the band in 2017.
The coolest two-piece in Canada isn't from Vancouver, Montreal or even Parkdale. They reside in the university town of Kingston and shred like Yngwie Malmsteen. Comprised of two former frenemies with "a quiet, cool, dude thing going on," PS I Love You formed after the dissolution of singer/guitarist Paul Saulnier and drummer Benjamin Nelson's previous four-piece, Magic Jordan. Though Saulnier used to play his frenetic ragers solo with multiple Casios, a drum machine, bass organ, four amps and a guitar, he's happy for the new addition. – EYE Weekly
Bronson Centre Theatre
211 Bronson Avenue
Ottawa, ON, K1R 6H4