top of page
  • Writer's pictureDCB

DCB Plays Stratford Music Festival

Durham County Band tries to figure out who has the most fingers.

On a sunny day in beautiful Stratford, Ontario, the Durham County Band took to the stage for an acoustic showcase of their song-writing styles and their on-stage antics.

Playing alongside the Mudmen, The James Downham Band, The Almost Hip, and Dayna Manning, the Durham County Band brought infectious energy and tight musicianship that engaged the crowd of fans and new-fans alike.

Leading off with their radio single from the summer, "Back Roads," the band guided the audience through other potential singles, like "Don't Turn Away" and "Baby, Are You Ready?". The group also unveiled "Losing Sleep," a stadium anthem featuring Bronson Brown's buttery main vocals.

After the show, the band was enthusiastic about the performance.

All tuned up and ready to rock!

"We were just so happy to be able to play near home," said James Downham. "Wheeler grew up near here, and I live here now, so there is definitely a Stratford connection."

The show was broadcast live on the band's FaceBook page, so if you missed the actual show date, please head over to FaceBook to see the band's performance.

5 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page