Review: Three Sheet at the Seahorse

Three Sheet forever

click to enlarge Three Sheet - GABRIELLE ARCHER
Gabrielle Archer
Three Sheet

I have to be honest, this is a very biased review. I have been a huge fan of Three Sheet ever since I saw them open for Shad at the Grawood in 2012. Unbeknownst to me, they had already been on the Halifax scene for many years and I have been fortunate enough to see them several times since. I love them so much that I postponed a camping trip by a day so that I could be at their final show. I have absolutely no regrets about that decision. 

Three Sheet is made up of five incredibly talented, grateful, and humble artists. The energy at a Three Sheet show so is always so palpably positive. You can’t help but leave their shows with a “high on life” kind of vibe. All of this held true for their show on Friday night. The songs were interspersed with anecdotes about the band and their long history together, as well as several “thank yous” to the crowd for showing up and supporting live music. I look forward to following their individual music careers and seeing what projects the members of Three Sheet come up with next.

 Also, shout out to Know Issue who opened the show with a phenomenal set. It was my first time seeing them and they might help fill the Three Sheet void in my concert calendar. I am a sucker for hip hop music with melodies and harmonies, and both Three Sheet and Know Issue do an excellent job with that. Female vocalists for the win!

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