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  • RPR of Tanglefoot

    This show was on Nov 15th, 2014 | 40 people watched
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    • Nov 16
      Love the group, their songs are varied and interesting and meaningful, their voices and harmonies are a treat, their musicianship is impeccable, their humor is charming and droll. Concert Window should work on the synching, as there frequently was quite a few seconds gap between the music and the video.
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They rocked the folk/roots music scene as the rhythm section of Tanglefoot, one of Canada's hardest working bands with a relentless international touring regime that was matched only by their rampaging onstage energy.

Now Steve Ritchie, Al Parrish and Rob Ritchie have re-connected. With the addition of percussionist Beaker Granger, RPR picks up where Tanglefoot left off with delightful... more

They rocked the folk/roots music scene as the rhythm section of Tanglefoot, one of Canada's hardest working bands with a relentless international touring regime that was matched only by their rampaging onstage energy.

Now Steve Ritchie, Al Parrish and Rob Ritchie have re-connected. With the addition of percussionist Beaker Granger, RPR picks up where Tanglefoot left off with delightful explorations of new themes and directions while honouring their musical roots. It’s that same combination of crackling energy, meaningful songs and a wide-ranging musical landscape that electrified Tanglefoot audiences.

Whether it's an original country song of Al's, Steve's recollection of a Robert Plant version of an old Dylan tune or Rob's incisive musical humour, all the trademark harmony, chemistry, enthusiasm and impact
...are all there!

"...rises and falls from one song to the next on a sea of delightful surprise...RPR has quickly re-established a reputation for thoughtful, intelligent lyrics, diversity of sound, contagious energy, and yes, lots of hair." Mosaic Magazine, Nov 2013

"Their performance was a joyous occasion...at times with roaring vigour, at others with sparse intensity, creating many moods...songs full of humour, pathos and love."
The Beat Magazine

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