Signal Brewery, Cool 100, and Southside productions are proud to present Juno Award winner Joey Landreth in his return to the Quinte this time @ Signal Brewery in Corbyville with up and coming Toronto based outfit Johnson Crook originally from Manitoba.
About Joey Landreth
Joey Landreth of the Juno award winning band The Bros. Landreth was Born and raised on the Canadian prairies. Joey Landreth has grown up with a guitar in his hands. Working as a side man through his teens and early twenties Joey grew up on the road, playing music across genres from gospel to country. At twenty-five Joey joined forces with his older brother as they worked on their first independent project The Bros. Landreth. The band was immediately successful, winning a Juno with their first album, among other awards across multiple genres. The band rose quickly to success turning the heads of musical heavy-weights such as Bonnie Raitt, John Oates and Jimmie Vaughan. In 2016 Joey is launching his solo career. With the rare ability to be at once vulnerable and open yet seriously blow audiences away with his musical proficiency, Joey’s career as an independent artist is expected to rise to great heights quickly. -
About Johnson Crook
From the moment Toronto roots rock band Johnson Crook played together, they knew they not only had harmony in their voices, but a deep personal connection that made the idea of forming a group a foregone conclusion.
What the quartet—Noel Johnson (rhythm guitars/vocals), brothers Nathan (lead guitar/mandolin/vocals) and Trevor Crook (drums/vocals) and Jared Craig (bass/vocals)—share is a love of pure, honest music stemming from their small-town backgrounds. Drawing inspiration from groups like the Eagles and the Avett Brothers, each member of Johnson Crook contributes equally, injecting their unique personalities into the overall sound built on four voices.
Signal Brewery is the place to be on Sunday March 18th. Purchase your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. Tickets are only $20 and available online only.
Genre: Roots/Americana, Country, Blues, Soul
Joey Landreth Influences: Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Joey grew up surrounded by the music of his father, Wally Landreth, as well as John Hiatt, Donald Fagen, John Schofield, Little Feat, Lyle Lovett, and Bonnie Riatt, all having influenced his own work as a musician. Joey’s first touring gig was at the age of 16, and he fondly recalls how “nurturing” and “inclusive” the Winnipeg music scene was and still is today. It was not until he was 27 that he suggested to his brother David that they start playing together. Formed in Winnipeg in 2013, the Bros. Landreth is made up of Joey (guitarist, lead singer, and primary songwriter), his brother David (bassist), Ariel Posen (guitarist), and Ryan Voth (drummer) – both David and Ryan play on Joey’s new solo album. The Bros. Landreth’s debut album Let It Lie (for which they received a Juno Award in 2015 for best “Roots & Traditional Album of the Year”) was released independently in Canada in 2013 and was re-released in 2015 with two new tracks after the band signed a record deal with Slate Creek Records in Nashville in 2014.
Johnson Crook Influences: The Eagles, The Avett Brothers, The Doobie Brothers, etc.
Check out the videos below to get an idea how talented Joey Landreth is!
Check out support act Johnson Crook's videos below as well!