Corb Lund and the Hurtin' Albertans

When: Sat., Oct. 6 2012

A lot of folks here in the good ol' U.S. of A. haven't yet realized it, but today's best purveyor of Americana hails from Canada. Corb Lund lives up in Alberta, where he roped cattle on his family's ranch before going on to win a Juno Award (Canada's answer to the Grammys) and score a No. 1 album this past August with Cabin Fever. From the hilarious "Bible on the Dash" to the devastating "One Left in the Chamber," it's the rock-inflected country musician's best album to date. And with his whip-smart band the Hurtin' Albertans along for the ride, Lund's return visit to Chico Basin Ranch (22500 S. Peyton Hwy., Peyton, is a must-see. There'll be a late-night bonfire, camping, and food available; no alcohol will be sold, but you can bring your own. Showtime is 7 and tickets are $21.50, plus an extra $15 per vehicle if you want to camp out. — Bill Forman

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