Edmonton-based band Boogie Patrol stops in Nelson on Thursday night.

Boogie Patrol stops in Nelson

Award winning blues band Boogie Patrol will be taking the stage in Nelson tomorrow night at Finley’s Pub.

Award winning blues band Boogie Patrol will be taking the stage in Nelson tomorrow night at Finley’s Pub.

The winners of the 2012 Blues Album of the Year at the Edmonton Music Awards are heading to the Salmon Arm Roots and Blues festival and will be doing a special one-off performance in Nelson.

Boogie Patrol formed in 2007 and has been captivating crowds of all ages ever since.

Based in Edmonton, the blues, funk, soul band has branched out to play across Western Canada.

Boogie Patrol is made up of Rottn’ Dan on harmonica, Yuji Ihara on guitar, Sean Grieve on keyboard and Nigel Gale on bass.

Boogie Patrol has played hundreds of shows including headlining the North Country Fair, Pembina River nights and the Beaumont Blues Festival.

They have also opened for The Fabulous Thunderbirds and Buddy Guy.

Boogie Patrol will take the door at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10.

For more information visit boogiepatrol.com

 

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