Published Apr 17, 2015Parker Bossley tours as a live member of Mounties and forms one half of Fur Trade, but he also fronts his own project called Gay Nineties. Following their recent Liberal Guilt EP, they're now promoting it with a music video and a Canadian tour.
The spring tour lasts for most of May. It will begin with a Vancouver gig, after which the band will fly to Toronto to play at Canadian Music Week. From there, they will make their way back across the country, playing a string of Ontario shows followed by stops throughout the Prairies and British Columbia.
All told, the band have 18 shows in May. See the schedule below.
Scroll past the itinerary to watch a video for the crunchy pop-rock tune "Hold Your Fire." This black-and-white clip shows footage of Bossley and his bandmates performing a synchonized dance routine.
05/07 Vancouver, BC - Venue
05/08 Toronto, ON - The Rivoli (CMW)
05/09 London, ON - Call The Office
05/10 Hamilton, ON - Club Absinthe
05/11 Peterborough, ON - The Red Dog
05/13 Oshawa, ON - The Atria Bar & Grill
05/14 Kingston, ON - The Mansion
05/15 Ottawa, ON - Cafe Dekcuf
05/19 Winnipeg, MB - The Pyramid Cabaret
05/20 Regina, SK - The Exchange
05/21 Saskatoon, SK - Vangelis Tavern
05/22 Calgary, AB - The Gateway
05/23 Edmonton, AB - The Pawn Shop
05/24 Red Deer, AB - Bo's Bar & Grill
05/25 Lethbridge, AB - The Slice
05/28 Nelson, BC - Spiritbar
05/29 Golden, BC - The Rockwater
05/30 Kamloops, BC - The Dirty Jersey