The Unfaithful Servants have quickly gained a reputation in Western Canada as an in demand festival band and a must-see act. With an original and exciting approach to traditional Americana, folk, bluegrass and country music, the group serves up explosive instrumentals, compelling story-telling and high powered vocals. Formed in the fall of 2017, the band garnered the attention of local music lovers and the music industry with an opening slot for Canadian folkie and Juno nominee Lisa Leblanc, and headlining slots at the Sooke River Bluegrass Festival, The Islands Folk Festival and the Canada 150 celebrations in downtown Victoria. With no formal recording until now, the Servants have achieved much in the past year, and their reputation as a band to watch for grows.
The Servants are pushing forward the limits of traditional music and have a strong foundation of experience and talent to boast. Yet it’s the effort they put in together as a group that moves audiences and attracts their fans. The depth and talent of this group are undeniable and the road they travel will be an exciting journey to watch.