104.9 The Wolf and the Cultural Exchange are proud to present Pop Evil on April 3. After over a decade of existence, it’s about time the Michigan rock band made their way to the Exchange.
The quintet was formed by lead vocalist Leigh Kakaty. He’s led them through five albums so far, the most recent, 2015’s Up, having a pair of charting singles, “Footsteps” and “Ways to Get High.” They’ve supported those records with a hard-touring live show, driving fans to their hard rock sound across North America.
“The energy from being onstage is the addiction and having your fans sing your songs back to you is any musician’s dream,” Kakaty told Loudwire.
This is the latest partnership from 104.9 The Wolf and the Cultural Exchange. Regina’s rock station keeps bringing new and emerging bands to light, whether it’s on the air or through their long-running annual competition, Queen City Rocks, now in its fourth year.
Pop Evil are in the Exchange on April 3. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available at the door barring a sell-out. All ages and licensed. Advance tickets are now available online at Ticketfly and will be in stores at Vintage Vinyl and Madame Yes soon.