The Coal Creek boys

Coal Creek Boys hitting Revelstoke for two twangy shows

The Coal Creek boys, a country-rock band from Lethbridge, Alta., via the Elk Valley, is coming to Revelstoke for two shows this week.

The Coal Creek boys, a country-rock band from Lethbridge, Alta., via the Elk Valley, is coming to Revelstoke for two shows this week. On Thursday, July 4, they’ll be at the Last Drop, and on Friday, July 5, they’ll be playing in Grizzly Plaza as part of the Summer Street Festival. A tireless touring band, the Coal Creek Boys recently released their second album of songs that are drenched in the history of Western Canadian singer-songwriter storytelling. The music is a mix of classic and upbeat country, blues swing and more.

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