Long Range Hustle
November 12 @ 8:00 PM - 11:30 PM
There’s something cathartic about the way a live show can build a memory that burns so brightly and that’s packed with such a range of emotions from triumph to gloom to absolute joy. Sometimes it’s like the world is moving at half speed as you try to soak up the energy in the room and tuck it in your back pocket for a rainy day. Long Range Hustle are masters of creating that indescribable atmosphere. Whether it’s at a sold out hometown show, on a tall festival stage with families scattered across the lawn or around a campfire with voices in harmony and single acoustic guitar, this band has a way of making magic happen.
The five-piece indie rock outfit made up of Paul Brogee (co-lead vocals, guitars, violin), Jay Foster (co-lead vocals, keys, synths), AJ Fisico (drums, vocals), Mike Brogee (bass, vocals) and Ryan Pritchard (guitars) grew up in the woods of small town Ontario. You could have found them playing handfuls of musical instruments, singing in community choirs, practicing slapshots and blocking hockey pucks, running summer camps and ultimately performing Long Range Hustle shows throughout high school. College and university flew by as they spent every weekend performing shows and writing music in basement studios. The band’s hard work over the past few years has paid off with cross-Canadian headline tours, shows in the US, and support slots with The Glorious Sons, Matt Mays, and Arkells. You might have heard them on CBC and campus radio stations, or found them on your favourite Spotify or YouTube playlists.