new brunswick’s in the rear view, a distant memory; the landscape of central canada is spread out before us…
sunday marks the start of our first ever tour outside of atlantic canada. we’re excited and nervous and anxious and ecstatic and earnest and realistic and more than anything else ready.
so come help us celebrate the marriage of our music and your city.
check out our tour dates section for our upcoming dates
thanks for supporting live music.
logan & the slate pacific
Sleepless Nights Release NEW EP: King Diamond
Sleepless Nights live to write music. While writing song after song after song it became apparent it was time to bring these songs to the forefront. Their plan, release three EPs over the next year. The catch, they don’t want you to have to pay ANYTHING for them!
King Diamond, the first release, is unnecessarily heavy and fast. During the recording process several computers and hard drives were destroyed and dozens of liters of Pepsi were consumed. All of that coupled with the recent economic crisis have served as the catylists for the most recently presented Sleepless Nights action plan.
Early 2010 will see the release of the second installment. After the EPs will come a full length…More info on that to come.
DOWNLOAD KING DIAMOND HERE : http://www.thesleeplessnights.com/kingdiamond.html
Share + Sleepless Nights in Ontario/Quebec
Share’s CD Release dates through Quebec and Ontario have been great so far but they are counting the days until they meet up with Sleepless Nights for some shows together this week. Look at the dates below, we hope to see you out at a show!
Share + Sleepless Nights dates:
October 13 – Peterborough, On – Montreal House
October 14 – Toronto, On – The Boat
October 15 – Kingston, ON – The Livingroom
October 16 – Guelph, ON – Jimmy Jazz
October 17 – Montreal, QC – Green Room
October 15 – Guelph, ON – Jimmy Jazz
October 16 – Montreal, ON – Green Room
October 17 – Fredericton, NB – The Capital
The Olympic Symphonium Needs Your Help
CBC’s Great Canadian Song Quest voting is now open. The Olympic Symphonium are one of five New Brunswick artists in the running to be commissioned by the CBC to write a song about a specific New Brunswick place. You can visit http://www.cbc.ca/radio2/songquest/index.htmland vote once a day for the group and for the place you’d like them to write about. We really need your help!