Live at The Original 16 Patch in Moose Jaw, SK

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The Original 16 Patch rocks all day every day at the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup, and here is the line-up of some of this country’s hottest live acts.

Special theme nights in the Patch highlight Little Chicago on Tuesday, Sea of Green on Thursday, showcasing the province-wide pride in the Saskatchewan’s traditional colour and Sea of Red Friday in recognition of the hometown Moose Jaw Warriors of the Western Hockey League.

Trick Ryder
Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2012One of the longest-running tour bands in Canada, Trick Ryder was founded in 1992 by Moose Jaw’s own Kelly Bourdages.  The band’s playlist includes everything from old-time country, country-rock, bluegrass and gospel to classic rock hits dating back to the 50’s… and their extensive repertoire is accompanied by a unique touch of humour!
  Method 2 Madness
Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012Method 2 Madness is a classic rock “schmaltz” band known for its electric stage presence in bars and cabarets across Saskatchewan.  Performing for more than two decades, M2M has transitioned to become one of the most widely acclaimed cover groups on the music scene.
Men Without Shame
Friday, Nov. 30, 2012There’s absolutely no reason for shame once you experience the power and polish of this Regina-based band.  Renowned as one of Canada’s most entertaining cover bands, Men Without Shame belt out a lengthy list of classic rock and country favourites.  You’re in for a treat when you see these guys on stage!
Scott Benson
Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012Moose Jaw’s award-winning fiddler has performed at major venues around the world including the Vancouver Celtic Festival, the Piping Live! Festival in Glasgow, Scotland and the Celtic Colours International Festival in Nova Scotia.  He leads the Scott Benson Band that was nominated for the 2012 Western Canadian Music Award for Instrumental Album of the Year.
Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012Curling fans across the country love this amazing tribute to all the “one hit wonders” of the past, featuring tunes from the likes of Soft Cell, The Buggles, Tommy Tutone and many more.  Wonderland brings them all to life in a high-energy, interactive performance as well as an impressive array of classic rock sounds.

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