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The Kent Boys

The Kent Boys

The Kent Boys


The Kent Boys are a three-piece band (Poor Pelly, Bradlyboy & Clarkeyboy) from the Oshawa/Orono area of Durham Region Ontario. They recently joined the Transitor 66 Record Co out of Winnipeg. Punk-grass is what might come to mind when their homemade instruments are brought together with three-part harmonies. Instruments such as a washtub bass, suitcase kick-drum and a washtub snare that creates a high-powered, foot stomping blend of country, folk and punk music. Read more on Last.fm
The Kent Boys are a three-piece band (Poor Pelly, Bradlyboy & Clarkeyboy) from the Oshawa/Orono area of Durham Region Ontario. They recently joined the Transitor 66 Record Co out of Winnipeg. Punk-grass is what might come to mind when their homemade instruments are brought together with three-part harmonies. Instruments such as a washtub bass, suitcase kick-drum and a washtub snare that creates a high-powered, foot stomping blend of country, folk and punk music.

Keeping it simple and telling a story is their motto. They also say they like to "have more fun than the people who have the most fun". This year they were honoured with a spot at The Havelock Jamboree Country Music Festival. The response was overwhelming and they sold out of their new CD "A Horse No Man Could Ride". The Kent Boys can be seen everywhere from town halls, campus and barn parties, festivals, radio spots and clubs.

They have shared the stage with known acts such as B.A. Johnson, Elliot Brood, The Sadies, Cuff The Duke, James McKenty & The Spades and Washboard Hank. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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