Local boys “Sons of Gord” are back at McCloskey’s this holiday season to get Chesterville dancing with their energetic covers as well as a bushel of new originals. Joining the Sons is the dynamic duo of Oddeline Music, whose smooth guitar and haunting harmonies are sure to warm even the coldest of hearts.
Sons of Gord:
High school hasn’t been all that bad for Sons of Gord, a band of brothers from Chesterville, ON, who are playing their way through their teens. The combination of traditional and rock music they are growing up with can be heard in their wide variety of covers, while influences of folk rock bands such as the Avett Brothers, Lumineers and the Jayhawks are the drive behind their energetic originals. Between the three of them they play fiddle, guitar, mandolin, bass, accordion and keys, and have been known to pick up just about any other instrument they might find while touring the region in their dad’s Jetta wagon.
Oddeline is Marianne Keuleman and Ryan Truong. Together, they make soulful indie pop & rock music, drawing on influences like Hozier, the Smiths, Arctic Monkeys and Remy Shand. From more straight-up indie rock to soul-flavoured folk to bedroom pop, their style is diverse and continues to develop. Based in Ottawa, they are currently recording their first EP to release in early 2019.
Music, meals, merriment, and much, much more!