368 Queen St. W.
Toronto, Ontario M5V2A

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Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers (RCPM) is a searing rock & roll foursome fueled by the desert air of their Arizona home base. Joined by drummer P.H. Naffah, guitarist Steve Larson and bassist Nick Scropos, Clyne & the Peacemakers continue to inspire with their unique, rule-breaking style.

Formed in 1998 (after Clyne and Naffah disbanded their earlier group, The Refreshments), the band has achieved independent recording success, fierce fan loyalty and the praise of critics nationwide. After three studio albums and two live records, RCPM is the only independent band to have had five consecutive albums debut in the top 10 of Billboard’s Internet Sales chart, including a #1 entry for their most recent album, ¡Americano! In addition to their headline shows, they have opened for John Fogerty, Willie Nelson, Barenaked Ladies, Live, Blues Traveler and Sammy Hagar, among others.



Monday, April 30, 2007

Horseshoe Tavern
Show: 10:30pm
Doors Open: 9pm
370 Queen Street West
Toronto, Canada M5V 2A2

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More About The Band...

Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers (RCPM) have been critically praised as unrepentant mainstream American roots rock (Kansas City Star) and Springsteen-like (New Jersey Star-Ledger, Asbury Park Press), and have garnered a legion of loyal fans that flock to the power-packed concerts. Described as one of the best live bands in America (New Haven Register) with a numerous and cult-like audience (NBC Sports), the band never fails to deliver epic shows (Rocky Mountain News) that ignite a form of honky-tonk gunpowder perfectly suited to the spark of its avid fans (Portland Oregonian).

Through constant touring, incredible live performances, strong songwriting and word-of-mouth from the band's hard-core following, the Peacemakers are starting to create a buzz in the mainstream-music world. (Deseret News).

Think an independent band can't make a mark? Think again.


Official Website: http://www.horseshoetavern.com

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