Renegade Station is performing live on the Cook County Saloon stage October 16, 2021. Doors at 7:00PM, show starts at 8:00PM. Seating is FCFS. Advance Tickets - $10, Tickets at the Door - $15 Alberta’s Renegade Station has embarked on a dynamic musical journey that sees the talented quartet elevating their already impressive reputation for creative excellence and superior showmanship to new heights. Their name is symbolic of the group’s unconventional approach to their music and sense of independence. They are unabashed about injecting their original music and the songs presented to them by other noted songwriters with healthy doses of pop and classic rock nuances – with a focus on lushly produced and beautiful layered vocal harmonies which owe as much to Fleetwood Mac as they do to Lady A. The “Station” part of their name is a nod to a vintage working steam train that is a tourist attraction in Stettler and which is a throwback to the region’s pioneering past. Therefore, a name that is reverent towards tradition, but which also alludes to a desire to go one’s own way is ideal for the band to approach their craft. Renegade Station albums are a bold statement by a collection of talented musicians and songwriters that is infused with authenticity, impressive vocal performances, and insistent melodies that will stick with you for days. And with this impressive collection of new songs, a live show that never fails to enchant and entertain, and an unparalleled creative drive, Renegade Station is truly poised to break through to a national and international stage.
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Drew Gregory is performing live on the Cook County Saloon Stage on September 25, 2021. Doors At 7:00 PM, show starts at 8:00 PM. Seating is FCFS. Advance Tickets - $10, Tickets at the Door - $15 There is an authenticity and truthfulness to the music of Drew Gregory that is undeniable. The songs of this award-winning Alberta country music sensation are infused with a down-home realism, a gritty honesty, and a vibrant sense of rootedness that comes from years spent working the land as a farmer – an aspect of his life that is deeply connected to his talent as a musician, singer, and songwriter. Gregory the singer is also Gregory the farmer – two sides of the same engaging, unpretentious and amiable coin, solidly rooted in the landscape and soil of his rural homestead. The music is as approachable as he is, something that also translates on stage as he forms an instant rapport with any audience for whom he performs.