Willhorse On The Horse Tour with Damn Fools Details
Willhorse On The Horse Tour with Damn Fools
Everyone drives through Golden, BC. Willhorse stayed. Saskatchewan bred Jeremy Borschneck, Branden Winterholt and Nick Petrowich spent years of struggling in prairie dive bars with a story that reads just like the Sheepdogs’ – except for the Rolling Stone cover. After moving to the quiet mountain town of Golden and meeting Ontario native Todd Menzies, a bass player with business sense, Willhorse was conceived. Immediately they hit the highway with their Southern rock from the North. Their independently recorded debut album with Vancouver’s Jean-Paul Maurice contains honest songs about love, loss and life on the road.
Willhorse are no strangers to that road. With 200 performances in just 18 months and a recently completed 60 day 41 show cross Canada tour which included a showcase at NXNE, it’s likely you’ll see Willhorse roll through your town in their thirty-six foot 1973 MCI tour bus. Their high energy live performance has brought them to share the stage with Said the Whale, 54-40, The Breakmen, Leeroy Stagger, Elliot Brood and Shred Kelly. Creating a buzz in the Canadian music scene, Willhorse has made the Top 5 in Vancouver’s PEAK Performance Project British Columbia, and continue to tour and write relentlessly.