Enjoy a howling night of fun at Golden Summer Kicks

Summer Kicks will continue on July 3 when Devon Coyote takes the stage in Spirit Square in Golden.

Summer Kicks continues on July 3 when Devon Coyote takes the stage.

Summer Kicks will continue on July 3 when Devon Coyote takes the stage in Spirit Square in Golden.

Devon Coyote released his first album Blue, Black and Grey in September of 2011.

His lively sound, loyal fans, and extensive touring have earned him stage rights to perform with Juno Award winners Alex Cuba, The Sheepdogs and other industry favourites such as  Emerson Drive, Bif Naked, Yukon Blonde and many more.

Coyote has played some of Western Canada’s largest music festivals like Keloha and Center of Gravity.

He hits the road regularly to rock both cities and ski-towns at legendary venues such as The Horseshoe Tavern, Sugar Night Club, Bud’s on Broadway, and El Moncambo.

His independent success includes a 2011 New Artist of the Year nomination from BCIMA, over 180 shows in 2012.

He is a multi- instrumentalist gunslinger with an infectious sound and a passionate player and the fun he is having spreads like wildfire into the hearts of every crowd.

When this Coyote and his pack come to town, you won’t want to miss them burning down the stage.

Playing the in between set on this evening of music will be local favourites Krista & The Krybabies.

For more information on this and many other shows check out www.kickinghorseculture.ca

 

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