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Stray Birds fly into Swift Current in February

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Coming to the Lyric Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 13 is the genre-melding acoustic trio, The Stray Birds, who have mastered the gorgeous sound of three-part harmonies. 


The band, who are all multi-instrumentalists and vocalists, is comprised of Maya de Vitry, Oliver Craven, and Charlie Muench.
The Stray Birds have been flying high since the 2012 release of their critically-acclaimed self-titled album. Two years, hundreds of gigs, and thousands of highway miles later, the trio prepares to make its Yep Roc Records debut. 
Known for their songwriting, instrumental virtuosity and gorgeous harmony singing, their most cohesive and ambitious album to date, Best Medicine, was released in October of 2014. Since, many of the songs on Best Medicine have been refined on stage during various tours and performances.
Hailing from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, all three members of The Stray Birds are classically trained musicians who’ve been making music of all kinds since childhood. As they came together, they would share their original songs with each other, play together at local open mic stages, and busking regularly at Lancaster’s Central Market. 
After the success of their debut album, The Stray Birds earned performance slots at prestigious events such as the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival and legendary venues like Nashville’s famous bluegrass club, The Station Inn. Their steadily increasing popularity led to an appearance on Mountain Stage, where their spellbinding harmonies captivated audiences nationwide and helped to build a dedicated fan base in the UK.
Don’t miss this acoustic trio on Saturday, Feb. 13 at the Lyric Theatre. Tickets are $25 and are available at Pharmasave. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the music will begin at 8:30 p.m. 
For more information check out the website at: www.blendersmusic.ca, or contact Shann Gowan at 306-778-2686, or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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