Thee Empty Hours @ Norfolk Tavern – Feb 28
Thee Empty Hours are an explosive three-piece band that have been consistently pleasing audiences around Southern Ontario for the last 6 years. Combining energy and talent with a dash of humour, the band have set themselves apart from other bands in their delivery of upbeat and danceable modern and vintage rock ‘n’ roll classics.
All of the members have experienced success with other musical ventures, but believe that they cannot beat the chemistry that they share together. This chemistry shines through their performances of covers as well as their own killer original material.
Blessed with two dynamic and versatile singers, they cover a wide range of styles and provide each other with impeccable harmonies while virtually attacking their guitars with abandon. They are backed by a monster of a drummer who holds the group together by beating his drums into oblivion. Many jaws have hit the floor when he lets loose.
The overall effect of the band’s performances is that they continue to get asked back to the same clubs to deliver more of the same. At this juncture, the band is looking to expand their horizons and allow more audiences to be subjected to Thee Empty Hours in all of their finery.
Thee Empty Hours are: Paul Harris – guitar/vocals; Reuben Costa – bass/vocals; Rob Chowhan – drums
Over the years, Thee Empty Hours and it’s members have had the pleasure to share the stage with the following artists:
Our Lady Peace, The Doughboys, Sum 41, Tea Party, Barenaked Ladies, Blue Rodeo, Lowest of the Low, The Watchmen, Snow, Bowling For Soup, Planet Smashers, Alun Pigguns, Headstones, Agent Orange, Bon Jovi (seriously, Rob’s band The Luminols won a contest!), Junkhouse, The Killjoys, Supergarage, Chesterfield Kings and many others that have been forgotten, but still count.
Saturday February 28th Port Dover gets treated to some stunning Brantford rock.
Head on out and catch them Thee Empty Hours the stage and experience the wonder for yourself.