The Red Cannons are: Evan Boechler (rhythm guitar / vocals), Braden Boechler (lead guitar / vocals), Landon Boechler (drums / vocals) and Jen Perry (bass / vocals)
Canadian recording artists “The Red Cannons” broke onto the national music scene, with two singles, “Underneath the Floorboards,” a track inspired by The Telltale Heart by Edgar Allan Poe and “Sheepdog”, which garnered rotation on numerous radio stations across Canada and built their reputation on the catchy melodies and mainstream style of their blues-rock influenced, hook laden songs. The band supported their commercial radio exposure with multiple festival performances and shared the stage with the likes of: The Glorious Sons, One Bad Son, The Tea Party, Chilliwack, Platinum Blonde, Sarah Smith, and many more.
The debut EP titled ” Underneath The Floorboards” is just the beginning for the group that features three brothers. Dual lead vocalists’ Braden and Evan with a triple layer of sibling harmonies that includes third brother Landon, that creates a rare element of synchronicity. “The Red Cannons” have become a rising force in the local music scene and across Canada since its inception in early 2012. The band catapulted into the spotlight with a feature in Classic Rock Magazine in the United Kingdom and were nominated for Group of the Year and Rock Recording of the Year at the 2014 and 2015 Edmonton Music Awards.
This dedicated group of prolific writers have already recorded two new singles to be released in early 2016. The band says, “We are all about building momentum, embracing our fan base and relentlessly performing. The best is yet to come for The Red Cannons, who are working with a team of respected industry professionals to help the group reach the level of success that their hard work, determination, dedication, skill and energy, deserve. The group will also be looking at performing at select music industry conferences across North America in 2016, as well as many Festival bookings, a Western Canada tour in early 2016 and a national tour across Canada, in the near future.