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Three O'Clock Train - Cuatro de Los Ángeles EP! 

While on a short break from his current North American Tour, lead singer songwriter Mack MacKenzie has nearly completed recording sessions in Los Angeles and Montreal for the brand new Three O'Clock Train EP Cuatro de Los Ángeles. He needs your support NOW to bring this NEW project to life.

Thanks to our supporters  for their generous contributions. So far, we're almost half way to our goal, but financial support is still needed for mixing and mastering sessions, as well as production costs for the new Three O'Clock Train EP. Without you, this new recording and production project cannot be achieved... Your support means a lot!

Every donor will receive a digital download of Cuatro de Los Ángeles and the various rewards include postcards, CD, vinyl, exclusive T-shirt, print photo, CD collection, house concert*, travel to a full band live show** and the opportunity to be an Executive Producer of the new EP. 

Three O'Clock Train performs the 2017 North American Tour finale concert at L'Escogriffe in Montreal on December 2, 2017. Band line-up includes Jonathan Cummins on guitar, Alec McElcheran on bass and Colin Burnett on drums. Get tickets here

This concert is the perfect opportunity for any supporters interested in our "ALL ACCESS" reward which includes: Travel for 2** to live TOT show, meet&greet with band, TOT CD collection, high quality print Photo, signed CdLA CD & vinyl, 2 EXCL. T-Shirts & digital download.

If Mack surpasses his $10,000 goal to help record the new Three O'Clock Train EP Cuatro de Los Ángeles, 15% of the additional amount raised with your support will be donated to the Native Women's Shelter of Montreal.



February 19, 2018 - Remastered reissues of the entire Three O'Clock Train catalogue are now available here! Free shipping!

November 1, 2017 - Arrived in Nashville, TN last night! A great month spent performing and recording in Los Angeles, CA!

September 18, 2017 - Starting the USA leg of the tour in Nevada City, California. Thanks to everyone who came out in CANADA! Recording for the next EP starts October in Los Angeles! More exciting news to follow!

July 27, 2017 - Gearing up for the second leg of the Mack MacKenzie North American Solo Tour 2017! Mack will be playing the opening night of the Listuguj 25th Annual Traditional Pow Wow on August 4th. Three O'Clock Train will be playing The Cabot Square Project on August 18! More new dates dates have been added with more updates to come! Click here to check for a performance near you.

June 24, 2017 - Check out some videos from the current tour here, including a live performance of "Muscle In" featuring Shane Murphy.

May 30, 2017 - Last of the US spring dates are complete. Big shout out to everyone in Grass Valley, California! Heading for Canada starting in Vancouver on June 4, 2017! New performance dates for the Mack MacKenzie North American Solo Tour 2017 have been added to TOUR including a performance at the Listuguj 25th Annual Traditional Pow-Wow on August 4, 2017!

April 29, 2017 - Mack kicks off the tour with a great performance of Three O'Clock Train, featuring new line-up, Shane Murphy on guitar, Alec McElcheran on bass and Tony Albino on drums at the Fairmount Theatre in Montreal! Watch for upcoming live performance video.

November 25, 2017 - Mack MacKenzie Solo North American Tour 2016 has come to an end with a performance with the Shane Murphy Band at the Corona Theatre in Montreal, QC, Canada, for a celebration of the 40th Anniversary of The Last Waltz! Check some live performances now here!

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"A songwriter with a cinematic sensibility and a captivating voice..." - Peter Blackstock

"A gut-punching performance!" - Asia Muka

"...pure conviction & soul." - Wayne Cudney

"My new favorite Canadian band!" - Chip Kinman

"I stopped breathing. I guess so I could hear them better." - Catherine Patch

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