Kane Incognito to mark latest release in Spruce Grove

Next Friday the band will be celebrating the launch of The Breakaway with a rented show at Horizon Stage in Spruce Grove.

The band performing during a Halloween concert in 2019. They are dressed as the band Queen. Facebook

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Edmonton’s Kane Incognito will be turning to a different community for their latest release.

Next Friday the band will be celebrating the launch of The Breakaway with a rented show at Horizon Stage in Spruce Grove. The group formed after founder Eric Kane Cherrington lost a family member and found solace in music. Alongside him are cousins Austin and Braydon Shaw as well as friend Stephen Schoenthaler. They play a blend of folk and rock that they see as “deep” and “spine-chilling.”

“They performed on the Canada Community Stage in 2019 and they’re great,” a post on the Horizon Stage Facebook account promoting the show reads.”

The band has recently had their music played on the CBC and performed at the Halloween Howler annual concert in Edmonton in 2019 as well. They have seen a lot and feel this year will be good for them and fans.

“Work hard, stay focused, get out of your comfort zones and make 2020 the best god damn year of your life,” a post on the group’s Facebook page reads. “Words really do not do justice to how amazing it all is.”

Tickets for the event can be purchased on horizonstage.com. The Jan. 24 show begins at 7:30 p.m.

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