John Jacob Magistrey
Hailing from Montreal, the post-indie ensemble blends powerful lyrics with influences of folk, soul and hip-hop. The music finds roots in the raw and sometimes violent undercurrents of life in the Americas, remarking the struggle and banality in today's age of collective sensory experience. Their live performance showcases their charged emotional energy with vocals that drive an intent well-crafted sound.
SHARED STAGE WITH: The Barr Brothers, Daniel Lanois, Blue Rodeo, Aidan Knight, Lia Ices, the Struts, Basia Bulat, Lucy Dacus, and Carseat Head Rest
FEATURED IN: Canadian Music Week, NXNE, Osheaga, Pop Montreal, Festival YUL EAT, M for Montreal, Montréal en Lumière, Montreal Jazz Festival, OUMF Festival, City Folk Festival, Folk on the Canal Fest, Montreal Allouettes Half-time show, and SXSW.
Grove Hall (View)
165 Chateauguay Street
Huntingdon, QC J0S 1H0
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|