White Hot: Whitehorse | Kingston Grand Theatre

White Hot: Whitehorse

May 1st, 2015 - 10:30AM /
Katie Stewart
kstewart [at] cityofkingston.ca


They’ve been nominated at the Juno Awards, gotten married, played in Massey Hall and now they’re touring Canada.

Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland, a husband and wife duo, are the magic behind the hit folk-rock band Whitehorse.  Married in 2011, the pair put their successful solo careers on hold to work together and they haven’t looked back.

Successfully releasing two albums and an EP, the pair astounds audiences with their mesmerizing guitar work, smoldering vocal chemistry and layers of complex percussions, keyboards and telephone receiver amplifications. It’s a rock sound with a folky twang, created solely by Luke, Melissa and a variety of instruments.

The pair has an undeniable chemistry and a beautiful give-and-take energy. It will keep you on the edge of your seat.

With a sold out Winter Garden Theatre show behind them, the duo have set their sights on bigger, bolder sounds. Their new album, Leave No Bridge Unburned (released April 2015) pushes the boundaries of folk, with a rock-swagger that is sure to thrust the band further into the limelight.

Join us May 13th at 7:30pm for an unbelievable show.  Your friends will be ‘neighing you’ to join in on the fun because Luke and Melissa are a ‘whinny’ combination.

Too excited?  You can follow their National tour on Twitter here.

Yep - It's a safe bet Whitehorse will be a great show.