Big Knife Little Knife — Spring Tour 2017

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We’re thrilled to announce (most) of our spring tour dates! Here’s where you’ll find us in April and May.

There are a couple more shows we’re putting the finishing touches on, and as soon as they’re locked down, we’ll let you know! We’ll be adding links to event pages as they get finished too.

We can’t wait to see you! xo bklk

Apr. 14 Quebec City, QC — Le Scanner (fb)
Apr. 15 Halifax, NS — Gus’ Pub
Apr. 16 Sackville, NB — Thunder & Lightning
Apr. 17 Woodstock, NB — Unit 777
Apr. 18 Montreal, QC — Bar Le Ritz PDB (fb)
Apr. 19 Ottawa, ON — House of Targ (fb)
Apr. 20 Hamilton, ON — This Ain’t Hollywood
Apr. 21 Toronto, ON — Smiling Buddha (CMW) (fb)
Apr. 24 Sudbury, ON — The Asylum
Apr. 26 Winnipeg, MB — Handsome Daughter (fb)
Apr. 28 Calgary, AB — The Nite Owl
Apr. 29 Edmonton, AB — The Sewing Machine Factory (fb)
Apr. 30 Edmonton, AB — The Buckingham
May 1 Saskatoon, SK — Vangelis
May 2 Portage La Prairie, MB — Masonic Hall
May 3 Thunder Bay, ON — Apollo Bar
May 5 Barrie, ON — Unity Market & Café (fb)

Getting Road Ready

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It might not seem like it, but winter will soon give way to spring, and we’re getting ready to break our cabin fever and hit the road.

Yep, we’re going on tour in April and May! Below you’ll see how the schedule is shaping up so far.

We have another batch of shows that are still cooking, so stay tuned — more dates (and details) will be added soon!

xo bklk

Apr. 14 — Quebec City, QC
Apr. 15 — Halifax, NS
Apr. 16 — Sackville, NB
Apr. 17 — Woodstock, NB
Apr. 18 — Montreal, QC
Apr. 19 — Ottawa, ON
Apr. 20 — Hamilton, ON
Apr. 24 — Sudbury, ON
Apr. 26 — Winnipeg, MB
Apr. 27 — Regina, SK
Apr. 28 — Calgary, AB

New news, exciting news

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You might not have heard a whole lot from us in the past few months, but as it goes, life happens. This spring we rolled up our sleeves and released our new full length record, “Anchor Rights,” and this summer had a fantastic time playing Sled Island. However, this year also saw some big changes, with David moving to Calgary, and Denise heading down to Hamilton. Those events essentially hit pause on Big Knife Little Knife as we figured out what to do next, but the good news is, we’re aiming to get busier than ever in 2017.

We’re super excited to announce that Tristan Matthews will be replacing David on bass in BKLK. He’s a member of one of our favourite bands, GIRL ARM, but also a great musician and an awesome dude, and we’re happy to have more reasons to hang out with him.

We’ll be getting our chops back up on our songs, and working the 401 corridor pretty hard to practice and get into fighting shape. And you’ll be hearing more about what’s to come as we start putting our plans together.

David remains a great friend, and we couldn’t have gotten this far without him.

We can’t wait to get back out there. See you soon.

xo bklk

Big Knife Little Knife at the Ship & Anchor for Sled Island 2016. Photo credit Trevor Hatter @hatterphoto

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Photo credit: Trevor Hatter