Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Vancouver Band Spreads Jubilation Across the Nation!

Share the Joy with the Human Statues in Spruce Grove on February 17

Together, Jeff Bryant and Zach Stevenson comprise the folk/pop duo The Human Statues. Originally from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, these young men are on a mission to spread “jubilation” across the nation. Whether it’s playing high-energy band shows at festivals, or intimate acoustic performances in theatres like Horizon Stage (February 17) and The Shell Theatre (February 18), Jeff and Zach are committed to connecting with people through humour, authenticity and a love of music and live performance.

The Human Statues blend an energetic pop sensibility with lyrical depth and sweet vocal harmony. Their catchy melodies, rich vocal harmonies and clever lyrics consistently win over audiences, creating a new and growing fan-base wherever they perform. With a play-list that includes a mixture of original songs and popular covers like “Take on Me” by A-ha and “I Saw Her Standing There” by the Beatles, Jeff and Zack’s music appeals to a wide range of ages and genre-preferences. Young, hip, and totally fun, the Human Statues have been compared to Simon and Garfunkel and the Barenaked Ladies.

Experience and delight in the Human Statues for yourself at Horizon Stage in Spruce Grove on Friday, February 17th at 9 p.m. (Note Later Time). Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for students/seniors, $5 for eyeGO, and can be purchased by calling 780-962-8995. Ticket are also available through Ticketmaster at www.ticketmaster.ca.

“Gorgeously bright, jubilant pop”
ECHO Weekly

The Human Statues provide a fun ride through some amazing songs.
The only thing better (than their CD) is seeing them live!”

Steve Darling, Global TV Vancouver

“These guys definitely have the whole package of songs, personality and pizzazz.
The world will be hearing about them, big time!”

David Bash, Shindig Magazine (London, UK)

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