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capital 1capital complexThe Capital Complex

362 Queen Street
Fredericton, NB
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· Mar · 26 Thu at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB

Door at 9:00 pm Show at 9:30 pm Show End at 12:00 am
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The Rural Alberta Advantage The Rural Alberta Advantage

In 2006 singer-songwriter Nils Edenloff, percussionist Paul Banwatt, and multi-instrumentalist Amy Cole came together to release their debut self-titled EP as The Rural Alberta Advantage. The ensuing years have brought two full-length albums (2008′s Hometowns and 2011′s Departing), widespread critical praise (SPIN, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, NPR, among others), two Juno Award Nominations (Best New Group, Video of the Year), a Long List Nomination for the Polaris Music Prize, and a hard-earned reputation as one of the most impressive live bands you'll ever see. It was through all of this that The RAA's latest album, Mended With Gold, took shape.

The twelve songs found on the album have been filtered through these experiences and achievements, pushing them to heights previously unreached by the band. While maintaining the heartfelt lyrics, fetching melodies, and explosive percussion that won the band a loyal following worldwide and one of the highest-selling eMusic Selects album to date with their debut, Mended With Gold makes it clear that The RAA have reached the next level. From the first moments of album opener "Our Love" it becomes unmistakable that these collective experiences has helped the band compose the most fully-realized work of their career.

· Mar · 27 Fri at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB

Door at 10:00 pm Show at 10:45 pm Show Ends at 1:30 am
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Dissectional Dissectional

Tool is easily one of the most complex bands on the planet, consisting of musicians who have all mastered their respective instruments. It's a challenge to even play along with Tool songs on your own, not to mention with a full band in front of a judgmental crowd.

Dissectional, however, cover all these bases with a solid precision. The timbre of Maynard James Keenan's voice, along with his powerful, emotional and twisted delivery is nearly impossible to duplicate, but Dissectional singer Peter-James Howe is able to pin those qualities down well enough to please Tool's pseudo-religious fan base.

Tool has won three Grammy awards, performed worldwide tours and produced albums topping the charts in several countries. The band is generally described as a style-transcending act and part of progressive, psychedelic and art rock.

Come join us at the Capital Complex to see Dissectional pay homage to this legendary band. Surely not one to be missed! 2 sets!

· May · 9 Sat at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB

Door at 7:00 pm Show at 8:00 pm Show End at 10:30 pm
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Scott Shea Scott Shea
Thom Swift Thom Swift

Scott Shea is a honed singer songwriter living on Canada's west coast, the son of legendary guitarist Red Shea—known for his distinctive pick work and memorable leads for Gordon Lightfoot. In the 90's Scott and his brother recorded "Zero to One" and showcased alongside some of Canada's biggest acts, before going their separate ways.

Shea's debut solo album, Let it Storm (2014), distills the richness of his own particular musical background. The album was developed during a reflective period following his father's death and composed on the same guitar his father used in all of the early Lightfoot hits. It pays homage to the foundational essences of songwriting. The songs were recorded in Austin, Texas, and produced by Gordie Johnson (Big Sugar) featuring Willie's sister Bobbie Nelson on keyboard. Scott is touring across Canada this spring as an acoustic trio with Adam Dobres (Ruth Moody, Wailin' Jenny's) and Blake Palm.

Scott's songs have been categorized as folk/roots/Americana with strong lyrics and melodies that make you feel as though you know them or have heard them before, much like his personality. That being said it's hard to compare him to anyone.

Now, pair that with Thom Swift. His most recent record, The Fortunate Few continues his winning ways. The album was awarded the 2014 East Coast Music Award for Blues Recording of the Year and the 2013 Music Nova Scotia Award for Blues Recording of the Year.

With a strong foundation in Americana roots and blues, Thom's earnest baritone voice and distinctive original music has brought him to soft seat venues and festivals across Canada, Europe and the United States, including the Vienna Jazz Festival, Vancouver Olympics (2010) and 2013's International Blues Summit in Memphis, TN.

· May · 30 Sat at The Capital Complex 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB

Door at 7:00 pm Show at 8:00 pm Show Ends at 10:30 pm
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Séan McCann, widely known as a member of internationally renowned band, Great Big Sea, has spent the last 20 years sailing around the world enamouring audiences from Copenhagen to California. Known as much for his intense screaming sea shanties as his tender ballads, McCann decided it was time to leave the comfort of safer waters and set out on his own for a new shore. His new album, and third solo project, entitled Help Your Self was released digitally on January 29th, 2014.

Recorded and produced by fellow east coaster, Joel Plaskett in his New Scotland Yard Studio in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, the album features the talents of Erin Costello, Clive MacNutt, and Emergency alumnus, Dave Marsh.

Says McCann, "I was making some major changes in my life and Joel enabled me to express these transitions musically. The songs became my therapist and Joel's studio was my couch. This is the story of how I learned to "help my self".

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