The Sheepdogs with Boy Golden | November 25, 2022 at 8:00 PM
Following their recent sold-out slate of shows in the UK, The Sheepdogs are bringing rock ‘n’ roll back home with dates that will take the band across Canada.
The Sheepdogs recently unveiled their hooky, hard-driving single “Find The Truth,” which showcases the Canadian rockers' signature harmonies over a rugged tune. The new music from The Sheepdogs was created by the band as a response to the isolation and uncertainty of the pandemic. The group, usually forced to carefully fit recording time into small sessions between tours did what came naturally to them: getting together and jamming. Their songs are designed to straight-up appeal to your senses. The tunes make you nod your head. But the artistry beneath the stadium riffs—the harmonies, the multiple guitar parts, the groove behind a rhythm section that hangs out together when they’re not on the clock—is battle-honed and spit-shined.
Hailing from Saskatoon, The Sheepdogs are one of Canada’s most successful bands amassing a legion of fans worldwide with their rich harmonies, rounded guitar tones and classic rock influenced sound. The band have scored ten Top 20’s, with six of those Top 5’s and three singles taking the #1 spot on Canadian Rock radio including, “Hole Where My Heart Should Be” from their 2018 studio LP Changing Colours. Their previous single “Rock and Roll (Ain't No Simple Thing)” spent over 20 weeks in the top 10 at Canadian Rock Radio. Hit singles “I Don’t Know” and “Feeling Good” both reached Platinum certification, with “The Way It Is” achieving Gold sales. Additionally, the albums Learn & Burn and The Sheepdogs both achieved Platinum status and to date the band has been nominated for 10 JUNO awards, winning four of the coveted trophies including Breakthrough Group (2012) and Rock Album of the Year. The band were the first to be selected as the Record Store Day Canada Ambassadors in 2018 and have sold out shows from coast to coast and around the world.
About Boy Golden
Boy Golden has a purpose: enjoy each day and make good music. Founder and minister of The Church of Better Daze, he wants to help people seeking to improve on yesterday's themes. His songs, like hymns, are hopeful, fresh and upbeat. KD & Lunch Meat is fluorescent and fun, like its namesake, and easily ingested. Something to Work Towards searches for the meaning in life, while Smoke on the Breeze and Any Way It Works are warm, tender and linger like perfume. Church of Better Daze is the inspirational, musical manifesto. The harmonies are the collective idea of working together, the mellow melodies keep our hopes alive and the lyrics are golden rules to live by: Follow your heart / Make good art / Call your momma / Work real hard.
Redefining jam band and stoner cultures by turning dead heads into lively brains, Boy Golden wants to unite us all in a hazy dream under one roof. "We're all the same at the Church of Better Daze," he sings. Find unity in the congregation of these 11 tracks, which redefine the precedent for collaboration, common goals and cannabis. If you're open to learn, and can speak your truth, you can blaze and still get paid in Boy Golden's Church of Better Daze.