The band is back in town

Three Fin­ger Shot com­ing to Old Tri­an­gle

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Al­berta band Three Fin­ger Shot is re­turn­ing to Char­lot­te­town.

After rock­ing it out at the shell­fish fes­ti­val last year, the band will be play­ing at the Old Tri­an­gle Satur­day night.

The show be­gins at 9 p.m. and prom­ises to be an­other amaz­ing time for Tony Ron­alds and Trevor Bow­er­ing.

Three Fin­ger Shot will be tour­ing in sup­port of their de­but EP “Sto­ries from a Small Town’’ that has been get­ting some reg­u­lar play on the Eric McEwan Show as well as CBC and other ra­dio sta­tions across the Mar­itime re­gion.

Other stops in­cluded Ot­tawa for Canada Day, fes­ti­val per­for­mances in Cape Bre­ton and up­com­ing shows in con­junc­tion with the George Street Fes­ti­val in St. John’s, the bands East Coast Sum­mer Sto­ries Tour is an ag­gres­sive sched­ule for the band’s fol­lowup tour from last year.

For more on the band, go to three­fin­ger­shot.com.

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