On Sept. 21 and 22, the Canadian music scene veterans are making a stop at the Coulson Night Club.
With four albums under their belts, audiences can expect a blend of originals like hits from Love Crazy and more, as well as covers that showcase Tony Springer's aptitude for the guitar.
“We're pretty unique as far as brining it to the people,” Springer said. “We like to please everybody.”
After releasing their debut album in 1991, Springer was recruited by David Bowie to perform alongside him. The opportunity proved to be a valuable one for the guitar player, who had the chance to get on various stages, including talk shows, as a result of it.
It was one of the experiences that honed his skills as a performer. Now, Springer and the band are looking forward to sharing their show with Sudbury.
“I'm pumped to come to Sudbury,” he said.
Everyone in the crowd is welcome to get in on the show — Springer said every show “is a big ol' jam.”
When Wild T & The Spirits aren't on stage, they're currently at work on their next album. Springer said fans can expect a new album within the next six months.
“I'm pregnant with songs,” Springer said. “I can't wait to get this stuff out.”
For more information on the band, visit www.wildt.ca.