NXNE 2013: Willhorse Blends Blues & Rock at NXNE

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Willhorse is an all-male rock quartet that combines traditional southern musical influence with characteristic Canadian drive. Their songs effortlessly set toes tapping with catchy hooks and continue to intrigue audiences with hidden complexities. Hailing from the small town of Golden, British Columbia, Willhorse is composed of cousins Jeremy Borschneck (vocals and guitar) and Branden Winterholt (vocals and lead guitar), as well as Nick Petrowich (vocals and drums) and Todd Menzies (bass). This Canadian blues-rock band has performed with acts such as Said The Whale, The Breakmen, Shred Kelly, and Elliott Brood, and recently released their debut full-length album, Willhorse, which they will be promoting in venues all across Canada over the summer. Willhorse recently performed here in Toronto in the NXNE Festival at the famous country and blues venue The Dakota Tavern.

Check out photos from their NXNE gig at the Dakota Tavern!

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Talia C.

Talia C.

Talia is a film fanatic proudly working in the Canadian publishing industry. She loves movies of all kinds, but recommends that you read the book first.

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