The Treble with The Corey Hotline
May 4 @ 8:00 pm - 11:55 pm$10
THE TREBLE http://
The Treble originally formed in an unlikely circumstance when a late night of having fun turned into an early morning of songwriting. “We found ourselves in a room at this party playing music together, something we’d never all done before,” says Brusegard. “When we realized everyone had left the party and we were still writing songs, that’s when we knew we had something special.”
The band, then consisting of Mark Brusegard (vocals), Graeme Woods (guitar), and Colin McTavish (keys) played acoustic shows for a year before recording their first EP Shaking Hands and Taking Names. Intending to release an acoustic album, producer Chris Burke-Gaffney (Chantal Kreviazuk, McMaster & James) quickly convinced them to go for a bigger sound. Before the album was finished the band had recruited old friend Patrick Hansen (bass), and newcomer Dana Jerlo (drums). “It clicked right away. They provided the push, drive and energy we needed to take things to another level, both musically and emotionally. We went from being friends to band mates to brothers.”
THE COREY HOTLINE https://
From the smoking ashes of Alright Gents, rises The Corey Hotline. The most serious (not serious) rock band from Calgary, Alberta.
The Corey Hotline is like an episode of Degrassi Jr. High without the morals, values or character continuity.
The lyrics are penned and performed by Mason Jenkins, your favourite transgender adventurer. His pants are tighter, guitar louder, and his mustache is even thicker.
The Corey Hotline is eager to please. The music is hot, heavy, and the phone lines are ready.
18+, Government Photo ID Req’d. This event is open to all SAIT Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni & Guests. SAIT Students’ Association (SAITSA)