Canadian music icons 54-40 will play at the Rockwater Grill and Bar on September 15.

Canadian legends 54-40 set to play Golden

It will be a night of grat music when Canadian legends 54-40 play at the Rockwater Grill and Bar.

One of Canada’s most classic rock and roll bands is coming to Golden for one show only at the Rockwater Grill and Bar.

For more than 30 years, the band has been touring, recording, and thrilling audiences with their hit songs, which include “Baby Ran,” “I Go Blind,” and “Ocean Pearl.”

They say their secret to longevity has been to redefine, and reinvent themselves, taking longtime fans on a ride that is bound to pick up new young fans along the way.

Throughout their long career they have released 13 albums with a label, after releasing a couple independently, toured the world, received numerous awards, and achieved almost a dozen top-10 hit singles.

Along with their incredible songwriting ability, 54.40 expanded their horizons by opening their own studio and racking up producing and mixing credits. Neil Osborne produced Juno-nominated Jets Overhead and singer/songwriter Cara Luft, while guitarist Dave Genn produced Marianas Trench and Armchair Cynics and is a co-songwriter for the chart-topping Hedley.

Last year was a busy year for the band, as they celebrated their “pearl anniversary.”

To experience 54-40 in concert is to experience how songs have touched and continue to touch people’s lives: each show is an extraordinary affair that bridges the gaps of generations through a shared love of music.

Don’t miss them when they come to town on Saturday September 15. Tickets are already on sale at the Rockwater.


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