Girls Girls Girls at the Rockwater

A UK band is on its way to the Rockwater on May 2.

Are you ready to check out some Girls Girls Girls? The Rockwater will be hosting the UK band on Wednesday May 2.

The three-piece indie band describes themselves as “gypsy protocarcrash punk firebrands, performing nautically symbolic punk numbers, forlorn sea shanties, heartbreaking pop songs, and hard-edged ballads.”

Jeremy Williams, Adrian Martineau and Gabor Mihalics, the three members who make up Girls Girls Girls, are influenced by bands like David Bowie, the Pixies and the White Stripes.

And they will be stopping by Golden for one show only.

The Rockwater has an exciting lineup of entertainment all week. On Friday May 4 DJ WakCutt will be keeping the bar hopping. On Sunday May 6, roots singer/songwriter Jay Aymar will be playing an early show. And on Tuesday May 8, John Jenkins and Friends will be playing some acoustic mountain folk, rock and reggae, as well as some improv.

And mark Friday May 11 on your calendars, because the seven-piece Edmonton sensation Stone Iris will be bringing their high energy, interactive live show to the Rockwater.

See a full story on Stone Iris in next week’s edition of the Golden Star.


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