Who We Are
Raw, powerful, emotionally-charged vocals and lyrics; blues solos that tell tales, and an acoustic vibe and authenticity that sets any stage, Three Scotch In is sure to entertain.
We're a four-piece All-Purpose Band in the alternative rock/blues vein, with strong 90s influences such as Alice in Chains and Chris Cornell distilling into the chill “sit-down drinking music” we love to make. But to be clear.. You won’t be sitting for long. Three Scotch In is a rich blend consisting of full bodied bass lines, robust melodic progressions, and smooth, soul soothing harmonies with a lyrical after taste that will likely have you buying the bottle.
We boast a massive cover catalogue ranging from 90’s Rock to Country and from CCR to The Glorious Sons. With a full PA and Stage Production making it easy for us to play anywhere, we have made our presence known in the Okanagan and recently made the final voting round in our home town Penticton Now’s “Best Of” in the category of best local band.
Places We Loved Playing:
- Molson Canadian Theatre - Hard Rock Casino - Coquitlam
- Peachfest - Penticton
- The Delta Grand - Kelowna
- Penticton Lakeside Resort - Penticton
- The Mary Irwin Theatre - Kelowna
- 50th Parallel Estate Winery - Lake Country
- Commonwealth Bar & Stage - Calgary
- Railway Stage & Beer Cafe - Vancouver
- Victoria Event Centre - Victoria
- Fernando's Pub - Kelowna
- Dunnenzies Pizza & Parlor - Kelowna
- Waterfront Park Island Stage - Kelowna
- Mabel Lake Golf & Air Strip - Enderby
- Lorenzo's Cafe - Enderby
What we're up to now!
Since Covid hit and wiped out our Spring Performances (Including an opening slot for Corb Lund in Vancouver and coveted Victory To Vinyl contestant slot in Victoria) we shifted gears and prepared to drop our first single "Bong Toke" on the most iconically twisted 420 ever. None the less it is performing well on Spotify and we are actively creating and dropping content promoting this, our first release. Meanwhile we record the EP set to drop this Halloween with a single from it dropping on Canada Day.