The Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC) along with other arts councils will present Red Moon Road in concerts taking place throughout the province. The performances are part of the 2018/2019 Stars for Saskatchewan Concert Series. Red Moon Road will be appearing at the Prince of Wales Cultural and Recreation Centre in Assiniboia on March 20 starting at 7:30 p.m.
Red Moon Road were formed in 2012 by Daniel Jordan, Sheena Rattai and Daniel Peloquin-Hopfner. Their third album, ‘Sorrows and Glories’ has delighted listeners worldwide. The three collaborative yet distinct writers frame immaculately crafted songs with original and innovative instrumental work.
With tastes of Albertan country, Parisian ballads, banjo-driven anthems and traditional folk storytelling with Canadiana style, the music carries their compelling, lyrical stories. The Winnipeg folk trio are known for surviving adversity and spinning their tales into songs.
Red Moon Road will also astound audience members with their stunning musicianship.
Live, Red Moon Road makes a much bigger sound than one would expect from a trio. In an impressive and well-choreographed show bordering on spectacle, the trio incorporates impeccable three-part harmonies, a roots drum kit split entertainingly, but pragmatically, between two band members and an acoustic guitar rigged to perform as a bass.