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One Bad Son plays some feel-good rock at News Café

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It's hard to find classic, feel-good rock among the Mileys and Pitbulls dominating modern radio these days. Enter One Bad Son.

The Vancouver four-piece is stopping by the News Café today at 2:30 p.m. to showcase their explosive vocals and tight musicianship.

They might count Aerosmith, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Black Sabbath among their influences, but these guys are forging their own path north of the border. Their current single, "Satellite Hotel" has been the most added track on active rock charts since its release two weeks ago.

Last November, One Bad Son also won SiriusXM's Rock the Grey Cup contest, earning them a prime gig during the 101st Grey Cup festivities.

Swing by this afternoon to see One Bad Son play an acoustic set at the News Café (237 McDermot Ave.) and catch their show tonight at the Pyramid Cabaret (176 Fort St.) at 9 p.m.

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