SVEN GALI Confirm Fix To Ticket Price Error For Upcoming Hamilton Show
January 18, 2020, 3 months ago
Canadian bashers Sven Gali, who reunited back in March 2018, recently announced a show for Hamilton, Ontario on April 25th, also confirming the release of an as-yet-untitled EP on the same day. They have checked in with the following update:
"There was an error on ticket prices for the Hamilton Studio show. The price including Ticketmaster fee should have been $23.50, not $33.50. The link on the event page will reflect those changes as of Saturday, January 18th. For those of you who purchased tickets at $33.50, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your proof of purchase and you will receive a complimentary copy of the new Sven Gali EP and a VIP pass on the night of the show. Thanks all of you who let us know about this error in pricing and we apologize for any inconvenience."
Sven Gali have released their new single, "You Won't Break Me". Check it out below.
The band released an official lyric video for their reunion single, "Kill The Lies", in 2018. The single entered the Top 10 on the CBC Music's Rock Charts. Check it out below.
Sven Gali built a name fast with their live shows; drawing growing crowds on the Canadian and US circuit while building their songwriting chops and a wild reputation. David Bendeth (Paramore, Breaking Benjamin) signed the band to BMG Music Canada in 1991 and produced the self-titled debut, released in 1992.
The album included singles and videos for "Under The Influence", "Tie Dyed Skies", "In My Garden", and the ballad, "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" (#6 CanCon song of 1993). It included a cover of Teenage Head’s "Disgusteen" featuring guest vocals by Frankie Venom. The video for "Under The Influence" won the MuchMusic Best Metal Video award in 1993. The band was nominated for Hard Rock Album of the Year and Most Promising Band at the Junos. Sven Gali went gold in Canada.
Sven Gali toured extensively throughout Canada and the USA, Germany, Belgium, Ireland and the UK, headlining and on the bill with acts including: April Wine, Foreigner, Candlebox, Pearl Jam and Def Leppard.
Their follow up album, Inwire (1995), recorded at London Bridge Studios in Seattle, was produced by Kelly Grey (Candlebox, Brother Kane, Dokken) and featured guest musicians Christopher Thorn of Blind Melon, and Candlebox's Kevin Martin and Scott Mercado.
The band toured for the next year before disbanding in 1996.
Look for Sven Gali in 2019. Booking inquiries can be directed to email@example.com
Sven Gali is:
Dave Wanless - vocals
Andy Frank - guitars
Shawn Minden - bass
Dan Fila - drums
Sean Williamson - guitars