Live music lovers are in for a treat this weekend, as two bands make a stop in Swift Current during a national tour.

This will be a return visit for Vancouver-based Brass Camel, a unique prog-infused rock group formed by five energetic artists.

Lead vocalist Daniel Sveinson, said there's a lot of overlap with influences among the members of the band, including common threads in progressive rock, funk and jazz fusion. They'll showcase their signature sound during the Over the Hump tour.

"We try and be a band that rocks hard enough that somebody that loves ACDC can come to the show and bang their head, and yet somebody who's into Herbie Hancock, Snarky Puppy, or Genesis can come and not be bored," he said. 

Sveinson said the crowd can expect a mixed bag when it comes to their setlist from songs off of their debut album, to covers of classics and favourites, to brand-new unreleased original material. 

Joining them on their stop in the southwest is Moose Jaw's Johnny Two Fingers and the Deformities. The Sask. rock band brings an electric energy to the stage and will keep up the momentum of the night when the spotlight hits them tomorrow. 

The show kicks off at 8 p.m. tomorrow night from Lucky Charlie's Pub and Pool.