They believe it’s time for a rock and soul revolution, and they’re bringing it to Golden on Friday Feb. 22.
The Noble Thiefs, a rock and soul band from Winnipeg, are playing a show at the Rockwater Grill and Bar.
From humble beginnings with aspirations no greater than playing to a room full of people in a friend’s basement, to commanding venues packed with rabid fans at Montreal’s Divan Orange and the legendary Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto.
The Noble Thiefs, made up of Myron Dean, Riley Hastings, Ian Lodewyks, and Time Jones, have exploded onto the Canadian music scene seemingly out of thin air. But, if you ask them, this was their plan all along.
A truly collaborative effort, their music comes from each band member contributing to the songwriting process equally. It brings a well-rounded diversity to their repertoire.
Through a combination of honest music, humility, and their signature, over-the-top live show, the friendly four-piece band has become one of Winnipeg’s hottest bands.
Silky vocals and heartfelt lyrics are a large part of The Noble Thiefs’ music, but there is no denying that it’s their addictive live show that keeps people coming back for more. Raw, inspired, and wrought with twisting emotion, they are in a league of their own with an unparalleled live show that is more reminiscent of 70s-era punk than the 1950s soul that so heavily influences their sound.
With the release of their debut album, Beyond The 11th Deck, at the end of 2011, and a Canadian tour under their belt, The Noble Thiefs are steamrolling their way forward on a momentum high that doesn’t seem to have any end in sight.
To learn more about the Noble Thiefs, go to www.thenoblethiefs.com