Saskatoon’s Zachary Lucky brings his own brand of unapologetically old-school country to the East Coast for a series of shows in PEI, NS and NB.
After spending much of March on tour across parts of Europe, Saskatoon songwriter Zachary Lucky will be back on the East Coast this month playing shows throughout PEI, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
“I’m now getting ready to pack myself into a small rental car and hoof it around the Eastern Canadian provinces for ten shows before things slow down for the summer time,” said Lucky in a statement on his website. “If you’re in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia or PEI, there is a good chance that I’ll be playing some of my songs in a town near you.”
Lucky has been visiting the East Coast semi-regularly for the past few years, and was one of the headline acts at the first Living Roots Music Festival in 2016.
April 12 | Fredericton, NB | Grimross Brewing
April 13 | Miramichi, NB | Capers Pub
April 14 | Breadalbane, PEI | The Dunk
April 15 | Halifax, NS | The Carleton
April 17 | Antigonish, NS | The Townhouse
April 18 | Florenceville, NB | AC Sharkey’s
Zachary Lucky is unapologetically old-school country, armed with a husky, baritone voice – He carries himself like a younger Richard Buckner or a heartier Doug Paisley and receives comparisons to songwriters such as Gordan Lightfoot and Kris Kristofferson. He sings of Canadian places and people as knowingly as he might Townes Van Zandt or the Rio Grande. It’s a relatable show on many levels, and conjures universal feelings that have passed through our collective timelines. Already hailed as a master storyteller by outlets ranging from No Depression to The Globe and Mail.