The Super 92

roots and roll music

Spring Retro Dance Party!

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Bellevue Community League and The Super 92 invite you to a dance party under the incandescent lights of Bellevue Hall on Saturday, April 29th. The band and DJ Gingham will keep your hips shakin’ and hands clappin’ with a selection of songs influenced by or directly from the great rock and roll, country and soul acts of the 1950s to 1970s.

The hall will be decked out in all of its mid-century glory, and you can be too! Don’t be shy to sport those retro duds and moves you’ve been dying to share. We are here for you, brothers and sisters! Kids welcome!

Tickets at the door or advance tickets here. Facebook event here.

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Wine-Ohs, Calgary

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Citizens of Calgary, Alberta, Canada! Please consider joining us at Wine-Ohs (811-1st Street SW) on Thursday, March 2, 2017! The Super 92 will deliver our patented brand of hip-shakin’ and brain teasin’ roots ‘n’ roll music! Our dear friends The Fragments will blow your hearts and minds with modern old fashioned pop/rock/jazz fusion! Show at 8pm.

The sites, sounds, sensations, and smells will linger with you for days. Hope to see you there!

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S92 @ The Almanac, Friday February 26

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northsidePotholes!

Strip joints!

Bruised legs!

Petro Points!

These are some things that you can observe or acquire on the north side of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. They are also some lyrics that you can hear the Super 92 sing this Friday night at the Almanac on Whyte (10351-82 Avenue, Edmonton)!

Yes, your third favourite north side band recently got their work visas in order, and can now play south of the river! Come enjoy French inspired pub food, wine, beer, cocktails and a new, incredibly rocking set from The Super 92.

$10, doors at 8, show at 9.

We’re the Super 92!

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After a few years of trying to mainstream our Ukrainian-Canadian heritage, we have decided to drop “Robin Woywitka” from our band name. The band line-up remains the same, but let’s face it, “Woywitka” is not “Kreviaziuk.” In so many ways.

Stay tuned for new music, and remember our show at the Cask and Barrel (10041-104 Street, Edmonton) this Saturday (4-6pm)!

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Super 92 in Calgary, Jan 15

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The Super 92 will be in Calgary the evening of January 15, 2016 at the Ironwood Stage & Grill. We will be supporting The Fragments at their record release show. Details to follow! In the meantime, you can check out some of our last appearance at this fine, fine venue below.

CCMAs 2014

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In case you missed it, here is our performance at the Alberta Country Music showcase during the 2014 Canadian Country Music Awards.

The Artery

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We were very honoured to play the last big weekend shaker at the Artery this past Sunday. Philip and crew run an amazing outfit, and although the body is changing, the soul of the Artery is in fine form. The performers and audiences that came out this past weekend were top notch, and the community that has coalesced around this space is so refreshingly welcoming. Things can only get better in a new location.

That said, the building at 9535-Jasper Ave and its immediate surroundings holds a special place in the RWS92 heart. Our first gigs were held next door to the Artery building at the Multi-Purpose Rumpus Room, an actual underground venue in the basement of the Eco City offices. It was the only place for gangly, flanneled proto-grungers to play in the early 90s, and we cut our teeth down there along with many other alternative Edmonton musicians. A few months or years later (it’s a foggy chronology), we found ourselves on the top floor of the Artery building itself, playing blues jamz in El Zorro Loco to audiences of -2. Craig even ‘donated’ his Hondo bass with a custom Fruit Loops pick guard to the joint.

Because of this background it always felt comfortable and full circle when we played at the Artery. That same sense of artistic comradery that we first felt in the Multi-Purpose Rumpus Room came back every time we got on stage or listened to our favourite bands there. That feeling comes from the people that worked and played there, but it is meaningful that all this stuff happened on that little patch of ground down in the Bowery.

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