ME AND MAE / ROD BLACK
398 Richards Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
Magnetized Productions & Red Room Ultra Bar present:
ME AND MAE
SONS OF DAUGHTERS
with Special Guest.
Doors @ 7 pm, Show 7:30 pm
Cover $12 Adv / $15 @ Door
Country Night at The Red Room!
ME AND MAE
ME & MAE is Shawn Meehan and Jacky Mae, who, with a little serendipity and an abundance of talent have found themselves BCs newest Country stars. The band has forged a reputation as the one to watch on the Canadian Country Music scene. The bands debut album Off the Rails, released in May, features the singles Love Me, Leave Me Lonely co-written by Carly Rae Jepsen, the foot-stomping party anthem Tailgate Party and the sassy, sexy romp What Cha Wearin as well as original covers of the Johnny Cash classic Ring of Fire and Dolly Partons peppy 9 to 5. The album is a testament to Me and Maes ability to write songs featuring memorable vocal and melodic hooks incorporating a variety of styles to keep the material cutting edge and current, but still very original.
With a very focused and independent spirit ME & MAE is a on the road spreading their high-energy sound to fans throughout the heartland of country music. With momentum, talent and timing on their side, Me and Mae is poised to win over legions of fans looking for good, homegrown country music with a rock and roll sensibility and an ability to make folks want to dance, sing and perhaps even indulge in some enthusiastic texting.
Top 30 Canadian Country Rock Artist
WITH ONE OF THE FASTEST RISING SINGLES IN CANADA KEEPIN ON
No stranger to Southern Rock & Country. Rod Black of Jet Black Stare grew up listening to all the greats. From the original country outlaws Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Johnny Cash, to the Southern Rock pioneers Lynyrd Skynyrd, Rod found himself tracking down every album he could get his hands on.
Practically born on stage. Rod has toured with such bands as Shinedown, Hinder, Staind, Three Doors Down, Puddle of Mudd, Theory of a deadman, Seether, Saliva, Saving Abel and countless other National Acts. At the end of the day, for Black, its about making people feel connected and staying true to the song. As he breaks free with a newfound solo career, Rod Black looks to challenge himself as a songwriter while delving even deeper into his southern rock & country roots.
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