The Glorious Sons Hit The Road
Hard rocking Canadian quintet The Glorious Sons burst out of Kingston, Ontario with a vengeance in 2011, winning over legions of ardent fans with their heady blend of rootsy alt-pop and blue-collar trad rock. Their no frills, hard-hitting musical style has evolved over the years, culminating in the critically acclaimed release of 2017's 'Young Beauties and Fools'. After a busy summer playing festivals around the world, the outfit are keeping the pedal to the metal with a headline Canadian winter tour, featuring special guests The Beaches.
Known for high-octane concerts that are every bit as relentless as their records, The Glorious Sons have honed a finely tuned live show after almost a decade of constant touring. Frontman Brett Eamon's vocal howl and mean harmonica skills soar amidst the band's trademark five-part vocal harmonies, pounding rhythms, gritty blues-tinged riffs and anthemic choruses. Rock and roll ain't dead, and these brave revivalists prove it with every raucous note.