Brickhouse CD Release at the Rio Theatre Vancouver

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The Rio Theatre

Brickhouse, arguably Vancouver’s favourite Blues Funk Band is set to release their newest album “Future” on Saturday March 19, 2016 with a show at the Rio Theatre on West Broadway.

http://turnerentertainmentgroup.com/brickhouse.html

Doors open 7pm/ Show 8pm

General Admission, come early for a good seat!

+19 with 2 pieces of I/D for entry

In-seat tray service available

Tickets $20 each and can be bought online or at the theatre box office (tickets, if available will be $25 at the door).

Brickhouse developed an intensely loyal following through their 12-year house gig at The Yale Hotel. The loss of that regular house gig meant a big change to the band; and Brickhouse has had to work hard to remain relevant in a city that pays a lot of homage to the hottest new, young thing. Recording a new studio album seemed like the most logical next step and surprisingly, going into the studio was a great bonding experience for Rob, Ray, Neil, Darryl, Oz and Ed. An experience that seemed to energize the band and to celebrate over a decade of great music made together.

FUTURE is an album of songs that grew out of gigging and collaborating live; and although Rob wrote just about every song; the band is known for giving each other enough space to let each of their musicianship affect the overall vibe of every tune and that is Brickhouse’s brand; a mix of Funk, R&B, and Blues. The result is a collection of great tunes that will get inside your head and stay there until you’re dancing like everyone else.

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Future will be officially released at a show and CD release party on Saturday March 19 and tickets $20 each and can be bought online or at the theatre box office (tickets, if available will be $25 at the door). During and after the show; fans can by CDs, posters, and even a 12” LP.

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