Kings of Lowertown head to McCloskey’s on Oct. 7

A freeze frame from Kings of Lowertown's newest track, "Woodpile."

CHESTERVILLE — Kings Of Lowertown return to the stage with songs from their impending Missouri Lowsider EP at the historic McCloskey Hotel in Chesterville, Oct. 7.

Special guest James Cave will open the show that begins at 8 p.m.

The band welcomes multi-instrumentalist Jon Christink of Pembroke into their fold that evening at McCloskey’s — officially joining the group as slide guitar, electric guitar and banjo player.

Missouri Lowsider was written by songwriter, vocalist, rhythm guitarist and band founder Mike Mackey and produced and engineered in Greenwood, Ontario, by Jordon Zadorozny.

The new recordings dig deeper into the band’s own, distinct rural blues sound, and lyrically deal with the tribulations of small town outsiders living lives on the periphery of society. Watch Kings Of Lowertown’s Woodpile video on Vimeo, below.

Woodpile by Kings of Lowertown from Kings of Lowertown on Vimeo.

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