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An Evening with Sloan

April 22, 2023 to April 22, 2023
8:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Grog Shop, 2785 Euclid Heights Boulevard, Cleveland, Ohio, United States, 44106

About This Event

An Evening with Sloan (Two sets)Saturday, April 22nd7:30 doors / 8:30 show$27.50 advance / $30 day of showAll Ages+$3 at the door if under 21 In 1991 bassist and vocalist Chris Murphy and drummer Andrew Scott met while studying at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, and with the addition of Patrick Pentland on guitar and vocals and Jay Ferguson on guitar, formed Sloan. A year later the band made their recording debut on the Halifax, Canada CD compilation Hear before releasing their debut EP Peppermint (1991) on their own label Murderecords. In 1992 Sloan signed with Geffen Records and released their full-length debut Smeared.The bands 1994 follow-up Twice Removed, despite the lack of promotion by Geffen Records due to artistic disputes sold well in their home nation of Canada but not so well in America. The record was undisputedly simpler and more melodic than its predecessor despite the labels best efforts for Sloan make it noisier and for them to fit into the grunge scene. The album was named The Best Canadian Album of All Time by one poll and revered by many other and the band supported the album with a relentless tour of Canada thereafter.During a small hiatus in 1995 where members pursued their own musical interests, Sloan returned in 1995 and released the single Same Old Flame. The single made way for another hugely popular album in Canada One Chord to Another in 1996. It was recorded on a very tight budget however eventually got a well-received U.S. release when the band signed with EMI subsidiary Enclave in early 1997.Sloan subsequently released Navy Blues in 1998, the double live album 4 Nights at the Palais Royale in 1999, Between the Bridges in 1999, Pretty Together in 2011 and Action Pact in 2003. The latter of which was recorded in Los Angeles with Tom Rothrock in the production seat in the hope of appealing to a U.S. audience. Its successor, the 30-track long Never Hear the End of It in 2006 saw all members of the band contributing a section of

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