The Windsor band Elliott Brood is in town for a special show tomorrow night at Villians.
Since 2002, when the band formed, Elliott Brood has consistantly grown in popularity so that today it is one of Canada's most celebrated bands.Made up of just three members - two that call Windsor home - they have never played up to demands of pop radio.
Instead they have stayed true to their musical goals playing what was first referred to as death country and now something Casey Laforet calls loud, heavy rock and roll.
That's what you'll find on the band's latest release Days Into Years.Just this year alone that cd - Days Into Years - was picked by the National Post as one of the top ten albums of the year.And on CBC Radio three the band picked up a Bucky Award for the most Canadian song...Northern Air from that cd.Tomorrow night Elliott Brood is back in Windsor for a show at Villians nightclub.
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