NEWS: Jay Crocker Brings Co-Stars To Halifax!

HPX 2010 - Jay Crocker 01March 10 @ The Paragon - w/ John Mckiel

Saved By Radio recording artist from Calgary, Jay Crocker, is once again stepping out from his studio Sea Legs, where he has been producing and playing on some of Calgary’s finest albums of the last few years, to release his new solo album, Co-Stars.

Colliding old-school pop song craft with experimental tendencies, Crocker’s sense of composition and adventure is unleashed in full over the album’s 10 quick-moving tracks. Looking past the all-encompassing melodies and gazing deep into the sounds of Co-Stars is like glancing into a skilled magician’s bag of tricks – you’ll never quite figure out how it’s all been done. At one moment pulsating and severe, while at the next gentle and serene, the force behind Co-Stars is one grappling with the possibilities of sound, wide eyes and blown eardrums echoing in Calgary’s sprawling beltline.

Jay Crocker is now preparing to leave his city and studio behind and bring Co-Stars on a national tour. Co-Stars was released on February 15.



Co-Stars Tour Dates

March 03 - Montreal, QC - Concordia University - Majello performance
March 09 - Sackville, NB - Struts - w/ John Mckiel
March 10 - Halifax, NS - the Paragon - w/ John Mckiel
March 11 - Fredericton, NB - The Capital - w/ Young Galaxy
March 12 - Saint John, NB - Peppers Pub
March 16 - Hull, QC - La Temporaire
March 17 - Guelph, ON - Ebar - w/ Shotgun Jimmie, Peter Elkas
March 18 - Toronto, ON - Tranzac - w/ Metal Kites
March 20 - Montreal, QC - Le Cagibi
March 24 - Winnipeg, MB - The LO-Pub
March 25 - Moose Jaw, SK – Mae Wilson Theatre
March 26 - Saskatoon, SK - The Sola Cafe
April 01 - Lethbridge, AB – The Naag Gallery
April 02 - Calgary, AB - Glenbow Museum - "Soundtrack of the GlenBow"
April 08 - Edmonton, AB - The Wonderbar - w/ Krang, DeadHorse
April 09 - Calgary, AB - The Marquee room - Co-Stars release Show

www.jaycrocker.com


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