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Ladies Of The Canyon join Barenaked Ladies on Cross-Canada Tour

The BARENAKED LADIES’ have announced their full Canadian headlining tour in support of their latest release, Grinning Streak.  The 10-date tour – with special guests Ladies Of The Canyon – kicks off at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia. Fan club only pre-sale tickets begin on Tuesday, October 1st  followed by public onsales Friday, October 4th  at ticketmaster.com.

The BARENAKED LADIES’ featuring  (guitarist/vocalist Ed Robertson, bassist/vocalist Jim Creeggan, keyboardist/vocalist Kevin Hearn and drummer/vocalist Tyler Stewart) have sold over 14 million albums worldwide and have won eight Juno awards and earned multiple Grammy nominations.  Known for such hits as “One Week,” “Pinch Me, “Brian Wilson,” “If I Had $1,000,000” and many more, the band also penned the theme song for the hit CBS series, “The Big Bang Theory” and earlier this year The Barenaked Ladies and astronaut Chris Hadfield collaborated for the first space-to-earth musical performance, debuting an original song “Is Somebody Singing.”  The Barenaked Ladies live shows have become legendary with their hilarious on-stage banter and impromptu raps/songs.

Opening the shows on the Canadian tour will be Warner Music Canada recording artists Ladies Of The Canyon (bassist Anna Ruddick, lead guitarist/singer Maia Davies, guitarist/singer Jasmine Bleile and drummer Tara Martin).  The Montreal-based group’s sophomore release, Diamond Heart was produced by Mark Howard (The Tragically Hip, Lucinda Williams, Vic Chesnutt) and was release last Tuesday, September 24th.  In their review of Diamond Heart, the Calgary Herald stated: “The album is a refreshing Pacific Coast country-rock breeze, blowing gorgeous harmonies and melodies across the beaches and valleys of the California landscape.”

 Barenaked Ladies Canadian Tour 2014
January 17            Vancouver, B.C.                   Queen Elizabeth Theatre

January 19            Penticton, B.C.                     South Okanagan Events Centre

January 20            Edmonton, AB                      Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

January 21            Calgary, AB                          Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

January 29            Kitchener, ON                       Centre In The Square

January 30            Kingston, ON                        Rogers K-Rock Centre

January 31            Mississauga, ON                 The Living Arts Centre

February 1            Hamilton, ON                       Hamilton Place Theatre

February 3            Oshawa, ON                         General Motors Centre

February 4            London, ON                          RBC Theatre at Budweiser Gardens

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