McRorie playing live electronic show at Sirdar Pub

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McRorie is back at the Sirdar Pub on Feb. 15. He’s the definition of a one-man-band, but puts on a musical performance equating a quintet of musicians, if not a whole orchestra!

Stuart McRorie Tait’s live electronic show is the culmination of mastering the “co-ordinated independence” technique, but the results are extraordinary. From covering classic rock tunes made famous by the Beatles, Max Webster/Kim Mitchell and Billy Idol to the reggae sounds of Bob Marley and the Wailers, plus original melodies with entertaining lyrics, his repertoire is seemingly endless. You may even get to hear classical, if he plays his unique electronic instrumentation version of Bach, during one of his sets.

Drums, rhythm and bass guitars, plus keyboards and, of course, singing, McRorie has something for everyone. The show has a cover charge of $10 and starts at 9 p.m. Feb. 15.

Sirdar Pub reminds everyone to think ahead and drink responsibly.



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