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Staggers and Jaggs stop at Tractorgrease on tour with their new album

Sabrina, JS


Six-piece folk/jazz/alt-blues band Staggers and Jaggs play Tractorgrease Cafe April 13.



reeping out of the woodwork comes the hauntingly nostalgic sounds of the Staggers and Jaggs.


This East Vancouver band is a curious concoction of characters that draw influence from prohibition era parties, blues jazz, punk, rock and more. Tales of love, loss and madness are told through playful melodies and hypnotic rhythms.


This line up includes Conrad Shynkar on guitar and vocals, Sabrina Robson on vocals and harmonica, Blake Mackay on keys and strange sound effects, Anni M. Fables on viola, Shannon Marie on upright bass, and Kenan Sungar on drums.


Where:  Tractorgrease Cafe, 48710 Chilliwack Lake Road

When:  April 13, 7-9:30pm

Tickets:  $12 at the door, 604 858 3814 or via e-mail here.


After a busy summer touring all over BC and Alberta with their debut EP, The Staggers eagerly await the snow to the melt so they can hit the highway and cover new ground with their new full-length album, scheduled for release in May 2017.






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