Pick of the Day: Whitehorse

Established folk artists in their own right, Luke Doucet & Melissa McClelland were married in 2006. Last August, as the group Whitehorse, they released a self-titled album that contained reworked versions of McClelland’s song “Passenger 24” and Doucet’s song “Broken”, along with six new tracks.

Tonight, they’re in town to play a show at Artesian on 13th that’s being presented by Grassroots Regina and CJTR Radio. The show’s at 8 p.m., and tickets are $15 adv., $20 door.

Here’s video of Whitehorse performing their song “Killing Time is Murder” live on CBC Radio.

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3 thoughts on “Pick of the Day: Whitehorse”

  1. Tickets were $15 adv. and $20 door as according to the Grassroots Regina website the show is sold-out

  2. Just found out the show is soldout. But there are a few tickets available when they play in beautiful Swift Current next Tuesday. Speedy Creek…where ‘Life Makes Sense.’

  3. #3. “Where we don’t have all those poor people and minorities making things hard…”

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