United Steel Workers of Montreal bringing their music, wit to Truro

Staff ~ The Truro Daily News
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TRURO - Dry wit, tall tales and outright lies are bound to erupt during an upcoming live concert at the Marigold Cultural Centre.
Montreal's beloved six-piece band, The United Steel Workers of Montreal, have wowed audiences from coast-to-coast with the infectious draw of their unique brand of blue-collar alt-country.
The group offers a potent mix of blues, jazz, country and swing. Dance is often hard to avoid as well.
Following in the wake of their critically acclaimed albums, Broken Trucks and Bottles and Kerosene & Coal, Three On The Tree sees the band branching out from their earthy, acoustic-country-punk roots.
The United Steel Workers of Montreal were voted Montreal's number one folk/roots band and have been recorded live by CBC Radio, to name only a few of their accomplishments.
The group will perform at the Marigold Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets cost $25.

Organizations: Marigold Cultural Centre, Bottles and Kerosene & Coal, CBC Radio

Geographic location: Montreal

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