By Corina Pilay. The ‘Good Luck’ double bill officially begins with the Grapes of Wrath. Brothers Tom (vocals, bass) and Chris Hooper (drums) met Kevin Kane (vocals, guitar) in 1977 during their teens in Kelowna, British Columbia. In 1987, the trio broke through to Canadian mainstream radio with their dazzling, jangly folk-pop sound, achieving a renowned reputation nationwide. The Grapes of Wrath commence with “O Lucky Man,” from their Tree House release in 1987. With a fairly large congregation, it is interesting to notice an eclectic milieu of older, and a few younger, fans enjoying the signature alternative folk sound. Being their first single, it is a classic to loyal fans and a good opener because the tunes keep getting more familiar as the show goes on.
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