Published Mar 24, 2014You've Changed Records is celebrating its fifth anniversary this year and will fittingly celebrate the feat by inviting out a number of roster vets, including Shotgun Jimmie, the Weather Station and Baby Eagle, for parties in Toronto and Ottawa.
The label will be holding a two-night showcase in Toronto and Ottawa on May 22 and 23, respectively. The Hogtown hoedown takes place at the Horsheshoe Tavern, while Ottawa's St. Albans Church will host the second night of festivities.
Both shows will feature performances from the Weather Station, Shotgun Jimmie, Baby Eagle, Richard Laviolette and Marine Dreams, all of which having released material on the label in one form or another over the last few years. The press sheet adds that "special guests may be present and presented too."
With this in mind, it could be noted that the label was co-founded by the Constantines' Steven Lambke, alongside Daniel Romano, and that the band recently reunited and have a reissue of their 2003 LP Shine a Light in the works through You've Changed. Just sayin'.
The label also reports that the Weather Station are also set to follow up 2011's All of It Was Mine with a new LP sometime in the near future, though details have yet to be delivered in full.