Octoberman coming to Sackville this summer

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The Octobermen will perfrom at Thunder and Lightning in downtown Sackville on Aug. 28. FIL ZUZARTE

SACKVILLE, N.B. – Canadian indie rock music group Octoberman is touring Eastern Canada this summer, including a date in Sackville, in support of the band’s latest album.

Octoberman, fronted by singer-songwriter Marc Morrissette, is set to release its fifth album What More What More in August via the band’s own imprint Ishmalia Records.

Engineered and mixed by Andy Magoffin at the House of Miracles in Preston, ON with additional tracking in Toronto courtesy of Annelise Noronha, Justin Nace and Tavo Diez de Bonilla, this folk-rock offering expands further upon 2012’s Jim Guthrie co-produced Waiting In The Well.

Alongside Morrissette (vocals, guitar), the familiar line-up of Marshall Bureau (drums), Shaun Brodie (trumpet), Tavo Diez de Bonilla (bass), Randy Lee (violin) as well as newest member J.J. Ipsen (guitar, piano) and Andy Magoffin (horns) come together to round out the sounds.

Octoberman will hit the stage at Thunder and Lightning in downtown Sackville on Aug. 28, one of a number of performances throughout Ontario, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.

Organizations: House of Miracles, Marshall Bureau

Geographic location: Sackville, Eastern Canada, Preston Toronto Ontario New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island

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