The Bros. Landreth

Hailing from Winnipeg, this roots rock quartet isn’t composed entirely of brothers. But it is fronted by a pair of brothers named Joey and Dave who play guitar and bass respectively. They’re joined by Ryan Voth on drums and Ariel Posen on guitar.

The band released their debut album Let It Lie in 2013, and on Sunday Oct. 18 they’re in town to play a show at the Exchange. Tickets are $15, and the back-up act is Donovan Woods.

Here’s a video from earlier this year for a new song called “I Am the Fool” which was released in January and will presumably be on the Bros. Landreth’s sophomore release

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Author: Gregory Beatty

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