11-PIECE BRASS BAND MY SON THE HURRICANE RELEASES DEBUT ALBUM CHECK THE BAROMETER, TOUR OF ONTARIO THROUGH APRIL!

With their roots deeply planted in the big brass sounds of New Orleans, and an indie spirit that refuses to be pigeonholed or defined, Ontario’s My Son The Hurricane is ready to hit the road with their own original 11-piece take on brass, and a debut album that will blow away your pre-conceived notions of the genre. Combining catchy horn lines and a thumping, driving bass with uniquely phrased, hip-hop inspired vocals that drive the album, My Son The Hurricane will appeal to Hip-Hop and Indie fans alike, while paying homage to the big brass bands that came before them.

Celebratory and fun, but balanced by well thought-out, solid musicianship, CHECK THE BAROMETER is party music at its best. With strongly crafted grooves and driving vocals unifying the album, My Son the Hurricane’s debut release is a piece of art that works best when listened to from start to finish. A perfect introduction to the band and to their unique approach to brass, listeners will not want to miss them in a live setting. Transformed by the audience and by the energy in the room, My Son The Hurricane puts on a live show that will captivate and excite, and always leave you wanting more. With tour dates in Ontario scheduled throughout April, don’t miss your chance to see how this band works live, pushing the envelope a bit more with each performance.

With their debut release under their belt, My Son The Hurricane is thrilled to hit the road and bring their music back to the people. Sure to excite fans of hip-hop, funk, and indie-rock, My Son The Hurricane has something to offer fans of all ages and genres, and should be on everyone’s to-see list in 2010.

My Son The Hurricane Show Details:

2/18 – L3 Nightclub w/ Shad, Grand Analog – St. Catherine’s, ON

4/9 – Townhouse w/ The Wild Turkeys, Sudbury, Ontario

4/10 – Lop Lops w/ The Wild Turkeys – Sault Ste. Marie, ON

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Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/mysonthehurricane

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