The 106th CFL Grey Cup takes place this coming Sunday, Nov. 25, pitting the Ottawa Redblacks against the Calgary Stampeders and you can watch it at The Pyramid Cabaret. You can also attend Sunday Church for Bad Guys local musician’s jam, and enjoy DUSTIN HARDER’S PRAIRIE SOUL during halftime while enjoying a drink with the friendly crowd.
The Canadian Grey Cup Football game features a halftime show. Sunday’s halftime at The Pyramid will feature a jam with the most Canadian of music acts Winnipeg has to offer. Sunday Church for Bad Guys is a weekly event that’s become very popular with local professional musicians. The combination of talented performers that come together to jam, will knock your socks off. You can even join in, if you can sing or play.
Each Sunday, the jam has a hosting/headlining act. This Sunday, it will be DUSTIN HARDER. I’ve been listening to Harder’s music on Spotify. It’s what you’d expect from a blues guitarist and singer. Dustin’s originals include his song Miss You featuring Canadian award winning blues harmonica player Harpdog Brown.
Harder toured Canada in 2017 to promote his new music that he produced in 2016. He was in BC this time last year. He decided to not publish his music before the tour, so wasn’t able to get a touring grant. He paid for the tour out of his own pocket. Harder said “Lesson learned. If I ever write a book, it will be called Harder Road Travelled.” Harder already has a song called Harder Road Travelled, where he suddenly is a country boy with a southern accent. Harder explained his reason for not publishing his 2016 album was because he is shopping it out to labels. Hopefully, a record deal will help him reach a world wide audience. After touring with the music for a year, I think it’s safe to say he has studied those songs.
Harder said he’s looking forward to the Grey Cup revelry and being in a room with other musicians for the jam. There will be two drum kits, a full PA system and sound tech. The room itself at The Pyramid is cozy and inviting with it’s tall ceilings and brick interior. The stage is large. It’s comfortable for both the audience and the musicians. Why watch halftime pop star acts, when you can take in all this?
Join us at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 25th. It’s going to be a party. Dustin Harder says “Come up and dance!”
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