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CBC's Sheila Coles can't wait to see you at the Regina Folk Festival's Concert Series presentation of STARS


She'll be there to emcee the show on March 28.  Get your tickets now!


Location: The Orr Centre -  8:00 pm          

Tickets: Advance $25.00   At the door - $30.00


Stars. A Song Is A Weapon. So goes the title of a track from The North - the latest stunning offering from Canada's best kept secret indie institution - STARS. And with those fighting words, STARS are back, having never gone away. Over the course of more than a decade together, STARS have consistently proven themselves adept at producing incisively sharp, beautifully orchestrated pop music. Their sixth album, The North, is no exception. In many ways, it is their finest record to date - a culmination of all they have learned and lost; a record of what it is to love today, of how to live a life in music. The North finds STARS older, not wiser, still fighting and loving; still making music because now, more than ever, it is in their blood; it is all they know how to do. STARS have survived attacks and success, trends and life; death and drama both. They present here, in The North, plainly and honestly, a document that speaks moments to decades, inches to cascades. Listen with an open heart. There are rewards in song, always. Here, they count.


Said the Whale will be supporting Stars on this tour. In the five years since Said The Whale formed, the band's hook-heavy, pop-rock sound has propelled them to successes that include a nationally televised documentary, a JUNO Award victory, and a seemingly endless series of tours around the globe. In an age of overnight internet sensations, theirs is a true grassroots success story that has allowed the group -- featuring dual frontmen Tyler Bancroft and Ben Worcester, drummer Spencer Schoening, keyboardist Jaycelyn Brown and bassist Nathan Shaw -- to take its place among the Canadian indie rock elite.


Learn more about Stars at youarestars.com!


Learn more about Said the Whale at saidthewhale.com!


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