One day in Edmonton: Country music band The Dungarees

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One of Canada’s fastest rising acts, The Dungarees have performed at marquee festivals including Boots and Hearts Music Festival, the Calgary Stampede, Big Valley Jamboree, Country Thunder, Dauphin CountryFest and SunFest. Comprised of bassist/vocalist James Murdoch, guitarist/vocalist Robb Angus, guitarist/vocalist Kiron Jhass, steel player Darrek Anderson and drummer Ben Shillabeer, the band has proudly opened as direct support for Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire and Miranda Lambert, and will be supporting the legendary Dwight Yoakam.

The band was recently featured as a part of Project WILD: Country Showcase Series and will be opening for Dwight Yoakam at the River Cree Casino in Enoch, AB on October 21 and October 22.

Want to know where you might catch them outside of their shows? Here's the group's favourite place for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks.



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Commodore--mom and pop, greasy spoon. It's the ultimate hangover cure. Great, personal service.



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Café Mosaics, for its fresh, healthy options for soup and sandwiches. You leave with a full belly and a clear conscience.



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The Next Act: awesome gastro-pub on Whyte Ave. The staff are like family; food is always delicious. They have a weekly burger special, they call The Cameo.

Drinks: tied

A:The Needle Vinyl Tavern. They're a big supporter of live music. Good drinks and staff.


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B: Yellowhead Brewery. Microbrewery in downtown. They just opened a tasting room. Drink local!