Review – Petunia and the Vipers

Album: Lonesome, Heavy and Lonesome
Release Date: September 15, 2017
Genre: Alt-Country/Folk

Western Canada’s Petunia and the Vipers have released their brand new album Lonesome, Heavy and Lonesome.

Formed in 2007 in Vancouver BCPetunia And The Vipers have been described as “Real underground music… Foot- tapping country & western laced with rock and jazz.” (The New York Post) and “defining the cutting edge of what is considered creative in country and roots today” (

The band has been busy touring across Canada, performing at summer festivals and sold out shows, as well as several tours throughout the UK, and a regular circuit from Vancouver to Los Angeles, and everywhere in between.

“Blues In My Heart” was definitely one of my favourite songs, it has a soft jazz sound and is a song about heartbreak and the lingering pain of a broken heart.

“Ugliest Bitterest Coldest Dreary Place I’ve Ever Seen”, I loved this song it was really fun and upbeat and almost had a swing music sound. Very enjoyable!

Fans of traditional and alt-country, old-time jazz, & blues will find each of the 10 tracks on their new album a musical treat. It is an album that is very calming and jazzy sounding that I would recommend to anyone as it covers so many sounds. Lonesome, Heavy and Lonesome is music for the adventure seeker, the wanderer, the broken-hearted, lovers and other strangers.

Upcoming Tour Dates:
September 18 – Live! on Elgin – Ottawa ON
September 19 – Divan Orange – Montreal QC
September 20 – Burdock Music Hall – Toronto ON
September 21 – Red Dog Tavern – Peterborough ON
September 22 – The Monarch Tavern – Toronto ON
September 23 – Burdock Music Hall – Toronto ON
September 25 – High and Lonesome Club – Winnipeg MB
September 26 – -Amigos – Saskatoon SK
September 27 – Ironwood Stage – Calgary AB
September 28 – Falkland Hall – Falkland BC
September 29 – McKinney’s Pub – Powell River BC
September 30 – Lang Bay Hall – Powell River BC
October 7 – Rickshaw Theatre – Vancouver BC

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