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Trews, Odds add rock to Dauphin CountryFest

The Trews, from the left: drummer Sean Dalton; guitarist and lead vocalist Colin MacDonald; his brother, guitarist John- Angus MacDonald; and bassist Jack Syperek.

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The Trews, from the left: drummer Sean Dalton; guitarist and lead vocalist Colin MacDonald; his brother, guitarist John- Angus MacDonald; and bassist Jack Syperek.

Two Canadian bands will throw a little rock into the 24th annual Dauphin CountryFest.

Nova Scotia hard rockers The Trews and Vancouver alternative power-pop band Odds will perform at the festival’s annual Saturday Rock Night, organizers announced in a release.

Canada’s longest-running country music festival, Dauphin’s CountryFest runs June 27 to 30. Tickets sold out in a record-setting 12 hours back in November.

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