Pick of the Day: Seasonal Celebration

Don’t have a ton of information on this gig, other than that it features Blair Hornung  (of Wooden Ship) and Marc Dubord (of Summer Week) performing some  solo stuff backed by the Burrowing Owl collective.

This show is at Artesian on 13th (doors at 7:30 p.m., tix $8 adv., and $12 door) and is intended as a night to reflect back on the summer that was and prepare for the long winter ahead. Other listed performers include Shadow in the Mirror and Jon Carteri.

Also on tonight, the Moose Jaw alt-country The Rusty Augers are at Bushwakker at 9 p.m. Here’s video of the band performing “Paint the Town Red”.


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