Join the National Music Centre for an evening with Canadian psychedelia-laced pop-rockers The Grapes of Wrath.
With a mutual admiration for The Beatles, other British invasion bands and later punk rock, brothers Tom and Chris Hooper met Kevin Kane in 1977 as teenagers in Kelowna, BC and formed The Grapes of Wrath.
The band would go on to achieve commercial success throughout the ’80s and ’90s for albums Treehouse, Now and Again and These Days. In 1992, after a 10-year run, the band broke up to pursue different musical paths. They reunited in 2008 for a festival gig and, in 2013, released, High Road, their first album in 22 years with the original lineup via Toronto-based imprint Aporia Records. Since then, they’ve continued to tour and play for their loyal fan base.
The Grapes of Wrath will hit Studio Bell’s Performance Hall for a not-to-be-missed set, featuring hits from their beloved musical catalogue.