The Watchmen Return With Live Album 'Live And In Stereo' Out April 7
Beloved Canadian rockers, The Watchmen, will release their first official live album, Live And In Stereo, on April 7 via Fifth Kid Records/Fontana North. The album was recorded in front of a hometown crowd at Winnipeg's Burton Cummings Theatre on March 24, 2016 and comes as an 8-song limited edition vinyl package with an accompanying digital release containing the full concert. The Watchmen will mark the release of Live And In Stereo with a special hometown show at the Burton Cummings Theatre with more Canadian tour dates to follow.
Live And In Stereo captures The Watchmen's classic line-up, vocalist Daniel Greaves, guitarist Joey Serlin, bassist Ken Tizzard and drummer Sammy Kohn, blasting through songs from their five Gold and Platinum-certified albums that made them one of Canada's most successful bands of the '90s. Guitarist Joey Serlin reflects on the live album saying,
"Our live show has always defined who we are. Our all in approach to our concerts has resulted in incredible fan loyalty. The band and its fans have a very special relationship. I am so happy that we have captured this on our first official live release. The fact that the show was recorded in Winnipeg, where it all started, makes it even more special. I am very proud of this release. It was a true labour of love."
Fans who attend the live show on April 8th, will be able to purchase a vinyl copy of Live in Stereo at the venue and can relive the experience from the comfort of their own home. The vinyl will also be available for purchase on Amazon, and will be available digitally via iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music and Google Play.
Ticket prices start at $29.50 and go on sale through Ticketmaster starting at 10 a.m., Feb. 24.