Armed with a pawnshop’s worth of acoustic musical instruments and playing what one reviewer refers to as “songs that old men can sing in pubs and that kids can dance to,” Vancouver’s The Town Pants perform their own brand of “West Coast Celtic.” The Keogh brothers, Dave and Duane, lead the band in vocals and instrumentation with banjo and acoustic guitar along with Aaron Chapman on tin whistle, harmonica, and vocals. Together with some fiery fiddle and an outstanding rhythm section, they generate a rare blend of passion, energy, animation and spirit. Their latest release is entitled Shore Leave.
The Town Pants
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