THE SUPER 92 TIMES-HERALD
TWO SIDES OF THE SUPER 92 RELEASE SHOWS
Come help the Super 92 celebrate the release of their new record Two Sides of the Super 92 with two release shows! On both nights, the band will root and roll through songs from Two Sides and a wide variety of other sources. Joined by their Calgary compatriots The Fragments, these shows promise to be evenings of rock, country, jangle, and pop that you won't soon forget!
The first show will be April 19 at the Ironwood Stage & Grill in Calgary, and the second will be May 11 in cozy confines of the Amiskwaciy Theatre in the new Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton.
Can't wait to see you there!
METRO LINE SINGLE RELEASE PARTY
Come help celebrate the release of "The Metro Line," the new single from the Super 92! This song will be featured on the upcoming record Two Sides of the Super 92, hitting the streets April 19, 2019. “The Metro Line” is a country tinged, tongue-in-cheek take on the foibles of Edmonton’s most notorious light rail transit spur. It has already won acclaim as one of the Top 5 finalists in ATB’s All-Albertan Song Contest. The Super 92 promises a fun night of humour, snacks, and great music. Presented by Bellevue Community League.
Feb 2, 8pm
Bellevue Community League
$15, cash bar , free snacks!
"THE METRO LINE IS A TOTAL DISASTER," SAYS LOCAL BAND
Few statements garner unanimous support, but in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, the headline above is met with 100% approval. It is a sentiment that crosses political, class, and cultural divides.
What is the Metro Line? Well, it is an example of good intentions
gone wrong. It started when the City Mothers and Fathers decided to upgrade public transport with a new rail transit spur. With their hearts in the right place - but their money in the wrong - precious dollars were sunk into bad contracts that spawned week-long traffic jams, and comically slow trains. Several years after its “completion” the line still makes notorious headlines that frustrate and amuse Edmontonians.
It is these feelings that the Super 92 tap into on their new single. “The Metro Line” perfectly captures the contempt and bemusement of a bamboozled citizenary. Although the tracks lie in Edmonton, this story and song are universal.
Everyone everywhere has their own Metro Line.