USK’s Holiday Twist Party
Friday, December 8, 2017
Bearly’s House of Blues & Ribs
Shine up your dancin’ shoes, and call your pals because Urban Surf Kings are back at Bearly’s for a night of surf & roll. Get ready for some serious dancing fun, and a handful of surfed up Holiday faves. USK’s classic Christmas ep, Snowman Rumble, will be available for purchase at the show. This makes a great gift for you friends, families, or yourself!
It has been a while, but here is something spooky for you.
Urban Surf Kings
Argyle Grafton: Share the Street Party
Sat, Nov. 4
With the Argyle and Grafton Streetscape scheduled for completion on October 31, it’s time to celebrate the end of 21 weeks of construction, a beautiful new pedestrian-friendly shared street, and a revitalized entertainment district. Downtown Halifax Business Commission (DHBC) is excited to throw the ultimate street party on November 4, from 11:00 am to 11:00 pm. The Argyle Grafton “Share the Street Party” is a full day of family fun, games, six live musical acts, on-street performances, two beer gardens, and a showcase for businesses in the area. The headlining act is Skratch Bastid, a Halifax born and raised DJ that has been performing internationally for the past 15 years. All live performances and games are free and open to the public.
Urban Surf Kings Tunes at Noon
Grande Parade Square, Halifax
Wed, July 12
Epic Triathlon Concert
Urban Surf Kings
Graham’s Grove Park, Dartmouth
Sat, July 1
Urban Surf Kings live at Crescent Beach
Crescent Beach, Lockeport, NS
Sat, Aug 12
See y’all there!
A Tribute to Link Wray
Saturday, March 4, 2017
The Seahorse Tavern
Early Show: 8-10pm (doors at 7:30pm)
Some of Nova Scotia’s biggest Link Wray fans, and most excellent guitarists come together to celebrate the music of one of the most influential guitarists of all time. Confirmed guitarists for the show are Davey Lee Goode (The Shakedown Combo), Brad Conrad (The Mellotones), Willie Stratton (Beach Bait), and the evening’s hosts, Urban Surf Kings. More guests tba.
LINK WRAY. Father of the Power Chord. Creator of Distortion.
LINK WRAY and the Ray Men’s groundbreaking song RUMBLE was banned from radio airplay for fear it would incite teenage gang violence. A remarkable feat for a song with no words.
LINK WRAY was the first Native American rock star with RUMBLE selling over a million copies in 1958.
LINK WRAY is in the top 50 of the 100 GREATEST GUITARISTS selected by Rolling Stone magazine.
LINK WRAY has influenced many great musicians including Jimmy Page, Pete Townsend, Neil Young, Iggy Pop, Stevie Salas, Deke Dickerson, Rudi Protrudi, Poison Ivy, Eddie Angel, and so many more.
Some say without Link Wray there would be no Rock & Roll
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1551165478234440/
Link Wray http://www.linkwray.com
Jimmy Page talks Link Wray https://youtu.be/ITPyKBmnZHw