Concert Review Quickie: Real Ponchos @ 3030 Dundas West, May 20th, 2014

24 May
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Real Ponchos @ 3030 Dundas West

On Tuesday night at 3030 Dundas West, Vancouver’s Real Ponchos lit up the stage!

Their light-rock/country music makes you want to dance all night with a beer (or two) in your hand!

Ben Arsenault, lead singer and guitarist, started the night off beautifully with his authentic country voice. Accompanied by his side were bandmates Emile Scott, Micheal Wagler, Mark Jenkins and Emlyn Scherk. The band played a great set, filled with upbeat country music for the dancers, and slow, soulful songs for the lovers. They work very well together to deliver a truly enjoyable sound. With cowboy boots, collared plaid shirts and harmonicas, these guys sure know how to keep it real. Country style!

Real Ponchos' Tour Dates.

Ben Arsenault of Real Ponchos.

Originating from Vancouver B.C., Real Ponchos are in the middle of a Canada-wide tour! They just released their latest album, Since I Let You Go, and so far the band says they have been getting some great feedback.  With support from their family, friends and new fans, the band can’t wait to continue on the road and continue their Canada tour.


Check out Real Ponchos!

Official Website.

Bandcamp.

Youtube.

Facebook.

Twitter.


Author and Photos: Julia Loglisci

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