A LIL’ SOMETHIN’ FOR EVERYBODY:The Rising Few au Balattou feat The Muddy Wheel

February 23, 2017Montreal


Time : 20:00
Venue : Balattou
Address : 4372 blvd St-Laurent

The Rising Few are joined by The Muddy Wheel on thursday the 23rd of February to keep the solid traditon of presenting you with the best local acts in original folk rock music in Montreal.

”I have seen Michael Di Re from the Muddy Wheel perform many times, we used to wait our turn for the open mic nights in the old port back in the day.I always wanted to put a lil’ somethin’ togeher with him”
Special guest drummer from BRAN VAN 3000 : Pascal Lepage

The Rising Few
The Rising few are an eclectic Montreal band with a Springsteen-inflected sound of R&B-based rock-and-roll lead by Cairo born illustrator Karim Terouz.
Terouz’s commanding voice has a bit of a Tom Waits rasp and David Bowie waver to it.
‘’We’re all really recent immigrants here” sais Karim as he describes his crew as a band of young men from scattered points (Armenia, Russia, Brazil, Haiti, France and Canada) that seem to converge in their shared love for melodically constructed storytelling.
A wave of infectious good feelings comes through the band’s music, trading solos that feel like good friends having a jam session.


The Muddy Wheel
Just three years ago, Montreal singer/songwriter Michael Di Re was steadily climbing the corporate ladder, all the while seeking solace in songwriting. He didn’t think much of his songs at the time – songwriting was just something he needed to do. This all changed on a holiday to London, where Di Re began performing his original material in local pubs. The positive reactions he received took Di Re back to his days of fronting former alt- rock foursome: Dorelsion Lane. Back on Canadian soil, Di Re decided to seek out the right musicians with whom to build his new sound and record; thus The Muddy Wheel was born. Together, they bring a Northern-twist to the Americana scene we know and love.

The Muddy Wheel will release their first EP this Spring.

///// 10$ at the door ////
Come thirsty friends