Music Monday: The Rural Alberta Advantage
It’s a new week in a new month, so let’s freshen up that playlist. This week, we’re heading north of the border…to Canada, not Kentucky.
Formed in Toronto, The Rural Alberta Advantage has spread their catchy, indie-folk style across four albums over the past decade. They’ve even created their own unique take on the classic Eye of the Tiger, which will leave you wanting to climb a mountain (in lieu of stairs) Rocky III style.
My personal favorite tune from this group is Vulcan, AB; which focuses on an actual town in Alberta. And yes, you guessed right, the town is legitimately adorned with Star Trek themed landmarks and even has a replica USS Enterprise on display. Live long and prosper….and listen to these songs.
photo by Vanessa Heins
Season to listen: Year-round
Must listen to: Vulcan, AB
Noteworthy tunes: Terrified, Eye of the Tiger, Brother, Frank, AB, Don’t Haunt This Place, Tornado ’87, …On the Run
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Cadbury Pringlebatch is the Lead Motorcycle Expert, Investment Analyst, and Travel Blogger for The SoBros Network, but knows a little bit about everything. Known for frequenting Nashville YMCA steam rooms, he’s a firm believer that winning football is produced by moving the chains, and became a SoBro after mistaking one of our podcasts for an AA meeting. Follow on Twitter: @SoBroCadbury