Thursday nights are great at The Carleton, especially when we’ve got a few cool acts like the Thomas Stajcer Band, newbies The Salty Shakes and up-and-comers Stand Back on March 8th! Live music gets underway at 9 PM and admission is only a measly $6 at the door.
From Halifax via hockey-stick making Hespeler, Ontario, Thomas Stajcer released his debut single last year, entitled “Sad Cowboy,” a playful half autobiographical, half fantastical take on making the move East and what lays beyond. Stajcer is currently working on his debut EP “Will I Learn To Love Again?” – a tour of doubt and regret that culminates in that ultimate question.
The Salty Shakes are a folk & country quartet from Mahone Bay Nova Scotia. They’ll serenade you with songs of lost love and fleeting memories of all the good times that have come and gone. The group presents a smorgasbord of four part vocal harmonies and instrumental arrangements that will put a smile on the face of even the saltiest sea dog.
Stand Back tell us they’re a rock’n’blues trio based in Dartmouth. We believe them.