This past Saturday night was the second half of the The Road to Indie Week, a competition where bands compete for the awesome chance to perform at Indie Week in Toronto. All performers were all local Montreal artists who performed different genres of music. Sweet Roger, a great folk artist, started the night
Filmed in the quite surounding of Mile End backyards, Karim Terouz presents one of The Few’s favorit tracks ”The Start” in solo acoustic. The Start (Live and Acoustic) https://youtu.be/D0QEqjvDTQQ Many thanks to the team behind the lens Film and Blues Production (www.filmandblues.com ). Don’t miss out on The Rising Few’s show
The group led by Karim Terouz is revealing a new set of dark songs taking the band and it’s sound into a whole new direction. Come on over to Mademoiselle and support the boys, the winning 2 bands out of 5 qualify to Indie Week Toronto. ROAD TO INDIE WEEK
There is something wonderful in the combination of energetic Rock music, funky and jig inducing sounds, and fun singable lyrics. This is The Rising Few with their latest offering to the gods, “Adult Entertainment“. read full review here.
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Unleash Them: “Adult Entertainment” by The Rising Few, bringing storytelling back! (4.5/5 from Madness to Creation)
Out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada we bring you The Rising Few, which one could describe as a world/blues music version of a group like Blessid Union of Souls meets Bruce Springsteen. On May 12th, The Rising Few released their EP entitled “Adult Entertainment” via Spotify and I-Tunes. It is expected