The White Buffalo

support: L.A. Edwards

Between country, folk, Americana and rock 


€ 27 Presale / € 31 Box Office
€ 5,4 Uitpas reduction / EDC


Unnumbered seats - theater

19:00 Doors
20:15 Concert

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Year Of The Dark Horse Tour

For The White Buffalo - American songwriter Jake Smith - it was time to take less well-trodden paths; to gather ideas for studio album number eight, the follow-up to On The Widow's Walk (Snakefarm, 2020), and embark on a journey of discovery.

Away with the old, the organic, the expected, the tried and true; he chose a new producer, new studio, new location with no distractions and didn't look back. The result? Year Of The Dark Horse.

With influences from ELO, Daniel Lanois, Tom Waits, The Boss, circus and yacht rock.


Support: L.A. Edwards

Luke Edwards and his brothers are L.A. Edwards - a California family band. In the American tradition of making music on the front porch, their musical roots go back to the cradle. In a family of seven children, sons Luke, Jay and Jerry began playing music together at an early age.

When Luke was fifteen, he dropped out of school to perform with his older brother Jay all over North America, wherever the road took them. This bohemian lifestyle took them through different eras of music, with Jerry also back in the band. There may only be three brothers on stage, but the whole family travels in tour buses from town to town. "It's often pretty chaotic, but it's harder to be away from the kids than to take them with us," says Jerry.

“It marries the rock worldliness of Petty with the rootsy warmth and wisdom of Jackson Browne and Neil Young. Luscious Southernite yarns, realised under the West Coast sun” - Classic Rock Magazine


You think we’re a country band? A folk band? Americana? Rock? What the fuck are you gonna say now?!” laughs Jake. “With this album, I wanted something outside of what I’ve ever done. I wanted to open up. Do something dangerous. I’m hard to put into a singular genre as it is, but now I really wanted to take away any kind of preconception or pigeon-holing.

Jake Smith



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