The Empire Associates

The Empire Associates

 Swift Current, Saskatchewan, CAN
BandRockFolk

The Empire Associates
Saskatchewan’s music indie darlings!
Since forming over the past year, The Empire Associates have made a huge impact on the prairie music scene!

Biography

Comparisons have been made to the likes of Mumford and sons, Civil Wars, The Cranberries, and more!
The Empire Associates however bring an alternative folk- rock sound unlike anything else currently around!
Between writing songs for their new album, promoting and touring their latest album” In Times of Trouble” ,and gigs coming left and right, including upcoming shows at The Club, Creative city centre(Oct),The Fainting Goat (Nov.),The Cathedral Freehouse (Nov.) Bushwackers( Nov),Kerganos(Dec) and Bugsy's(Dec.)this Regina- based band has been extremely busy (Thanks to their agent Shaynee Modien)

Their links can be found on YouTube, Facebook (please see below), iTunes, Reverbnation, and more.

The Empire Associates will be doing interviews promoting their booked venues in the near future and would like to include your venue mentioned as one of them.Most recent interviews include the QC section of the Regina Leader-Post,The Breakfast Bash on CTV morning Live.

The Empire Associates
Are the husband and wife team of Terrance Willamson-vocals, Rhythm acoustic guitar
and Kelsi Kerestesh-vocals and mandolin.

Their backup band includes John Legendre-bass, Ryland Ludwig on the drums.

Playing off their latest album(s), with selected covers in there as well
Expect a great performance from The Empire Associates!

http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Empire-Associates/186554888103543?sk=app_2405167945

Discography

In the Times of Trouble (2012) EP

Set List

Each list is custom built for the festival or venue.However,this is an example:

1st set:

When saints go marching
sound of silence
The Seven
Of Men & Angels
Mighty River War
The Old road
Four Seasons in one day
Mourning Angels

2nd Set:

Heaven's Wrath
Tree of Life
25 years
Horizons
My own way home
Don't say
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