Cuff the Duke will be taking the stage next week at Nelson's The Royal.

Cuff the Duke heads to Nelson

Alt-country road-warriors Cuff the Duke are taking the stage at The Royal in Nelson on August 15.

The alt-country road-warriors Cuff the Duke are set to release their fifth album Morning Comes on October 4.

The nine-track album was produced by Blue Rodeo’s Greg Keelor and is the first part of a two part album. Morning Comes includes upcoming single Count On Me and an eight minute epic called Bound To Your Advice.

Cuff the Duke started out in Oshawa before making the move to Toronto in 2002.

Their debut album, Life Stories For Minimum Wage was released on Three Gut Records, at the time one of the most exciting indie-labels in Canada.

Their second and third albums, Cuff the Duke and Sidelines And The City respectively, were both released on Hardwood Records alongside label mates Basia Bulat and Hayden.

Their last album, Way Down Here was co-produced by Blue Rodeo’s Greg Keelor at his beautiful barn studio in rural Ontario.

Cuff the Duke will take the stage at The Royal on Wednesday, August 15.

Tickets are $10 and are available at Urban Legends, The Music Store and liveattheroyal.com. Doors open 6 p.m.  Showtime approximately 8 p.m.

 

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