We Don't Mind Getting Stuck in Traffic
After performing new songs for enthusiastic audiences at both Canadian Music Week and the ECMAs, East Coast (and Hype!) favourites, Two Hours Traffic, are coming back to Atlantic Canada. Working through a nine-show tour with new bass player Nathan Gill, the boys will be in Halifax for one night only at the Seahorse Tavern on June 2nd.
With former bass player Andrew MacDonald taking over guitar duties from departed member Alec O’Hanley, and Liam Corcoran and Derek Ellis remaining on vocals/guitar and drums respectively, Two Hours Traffic are taking the stage at the Seahorse before they head back into the studio.
One of our favourite bands at one of our favourite venues? You know we’ll be there. The show costs $12, and doors open at 10:00 p.m. Get there early to ensure you get in – and if you happen to be out and about, feel free to high five mg as she celebrates her birthday!
See you next week,
mg & jb