Culprits come to Rockwater

The Rockwater Grill and Bar hosts The Counter Culprits.

The Counter Culprits out of Kamloops will be playing at the Rockwater Grill and Bar on Thursday July 12.

The Rockwater Grill and Bar has been working hard this spring to bring in as much live entertainment as possible, and they have a great line-up set for the summer.

This one is for the metal fans. The Counter Culprits out of Kamloops will be taking the stage on Thursday July 12.

Four friends from the prairies set out to make a name for themselves on the Canadian Rock scene. They came together in a house in Kamloops to create an ever increasing set list of memorable Rock and Roll tunes.

Now known for their catchy choruses and rockin’ solos, the group were good friends long before the band came along. It is what gives them the advantage above the rest.

The Counter Culprits intend to devour the Great White North with their own form of Rock and Roll that combines elements of songs in G.

Go to to check out their music.

Don’t forget that Juno-winners Said the Whale will be stopping by Golden for a show on Saturday July 7, with opening act Willhorse. Tickets are on sale now at the Rockwater and Plain Wayne and Jane, $15 in advance and $20 at the door.Also, the Rockwater recently announced that they have booked Canadian rock band Sloan for a concert in September.

Originally from Halifax, the long-time Toronto scenesters have been making music for two decades, and have enjoyed plenty of Muchmusic and rock-radio airplay.

Tickets for the September 7 show are going on sale July 1 at the Rockwater and Plain Wayne and Jane. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door.


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