Hailing from Victoria The Chantrelles will be playing a live show at the Rockwater Grill and Bar on July 28.

The Chantrelles bring classic sound to Golden

The soul-revivalist group the Chantrelles are playing the Rockwater on July 28.

It will be a night where the music takes you back in time when The Chantrelles play a live show at the Rockwater Grill and Bar on July 28.

The Chantrelles are a group of like-minded individuals with one goal in mind: to make you shake your tailfeather to their original 60’s style sweet soul music.

Hailing from Victoria, B.C., the soul-revivalists do their forebears proud as the seven-piece band’s horn section fills out a groovy rhythm section loaded with brilliant pocket players while Chance Lovett’s smoky, seductive vocals entice and excite.

Their stylish stage presence complements a tight but gritty sound that is reminiscent of Stax and Volt era bands.

The Chantrelles are not just a nostalgia act. Their original tunes are soulful as they revitalize rather than just recall their influences.

There’s a lot on the horizon for this promising young band: A sold-out show at Rifflandia Festival, glowing reviews on CBC Radio and in Discorder and Feedback magazines, and an invite to the 2013 Squamish Valley Music Festival are just some of their recent successes.

So come out and join The Chantrelles for the shimmy, boogaloo and maybe even a camel walk or two.


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