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Night Owl

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If no one knows - no one goes!

 

 

Dave Chesney c/o editor@whiterocksun.com

 

August 21-27, 2017

 

Music For Big Kids


 

 

 

Musician Funny of the Week

 

A Violin or a Fiddle
Musician Jokes
Submitted by Harmonica Harry
A guy asks a music store owner what the difference is between a violin and a fiddle.

"Well," the store owner replied, "when I buy it it's a fiddle. When I sell it, it's a violin."

 

 

AROUND TOWN THIS WEEK

WEDNESDAY

-Blue Grass Jam Every Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Crescent Beach Legion

- West Beach Bar & Grill Open Mic

 

THURSDAY

- Washington Avenue Grill JAMES DEVON

- Music at WEST BEACH BAR & GRILL Glen Pearson's Summer Jam / Blues by the Beach 8pm -12am

- Sawbuck's Pub JOHNNY & JUNE tribute show. The music of Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash recreated live. Free

 

Friday

- Elks / White Rock KARAOKE Every Friday evening 7 p.m. - 11:30

- Washington Avenue Grill live music

- West Beach Bar & Grill BENITO & friends

- White Rock Legion / Johnston Road Classic Rock & dancing

- Sawbuck's Pub - TGIF and come party with us. DJ music, karaoke, and the best dance floor, lighting and sound system on the Peninsula. The party starts at 8:30 PM.

 

SATURDAY

- Washington Avenue Grill live music

- West Beach Bar & Grill live music SURPRISE

- Sawbuck's Pub - Live Top 40 cover bands

 

SUNDAY

- West Beach SAMI GHAWI Sunday Night Jam

- White Rock Legion / Johnston Road. Country jam 3 p.m.

 

 

Announcements

 

 

Check out all the great shows coming up at BLUE FROG studios. Order your tickets. (click here)

 

JANE BUNNETT & MAQUEQUE
THURSDAY AUGUST 24, 2017 DOORS 6PM // MUSIC 7PM

Multiple Juno Award winner, Jane Bunnett has turned her bands and recordings into showcases for the finest musical talent from Canada, the U.S and Cuba. She has been up for Grammy Awards, numerous Juno’s, received The Order of Canada, The Queens Diamond Jubilee and most recently The Premiers Award for Excellence. An internationally acclaimed musician, Jane Bunnett is known for her creative integrity, improvisational daring and courageous artistry. Her exploration of Afro-Cuban melodies expresses the universality of music and her ability to embrace and showcase the rhythms and culture of Cuba has been groundbreaking. She has toured the world bringing her own special sound to numerous JAZZ festivals, displaying her versatility as a flutist, saxophone player and pianist.

Two documentaries have been made about Bunnett’s work. “Spirits of Havana “(2000) National Film Board (NFB) was presented at numerous film festivals internationally, television (CBC, PBS) as well as in Europe.

Jane’s most recent recording and touring group “Maqueque” is turning heads internationally. The group consists of Jane with five dynamic young Cuban women instrumentalists and composers. As an educator, spokesperson and social activist, she remains unafraid to explore uncharted territory in her quest for excellence.


(click here for tickets)

 

Friday August 25, 2017
Doors 6:00pm | Show 7:00pm

Hailing from Calgary, Alberta, the Maple Blues Award winning Kirby Sewell Band have been making a name from themselves all over North America.
​Enroute to the Big Blues Bender in Las Vegas, Nevada, they are rolling into Blue Frog Studios for an intimate show.

Known for their passionate live performances, the monster five-piece extravaganza perform a modern take on the blues, pulling at your heart-strings with melodic stories told from the depths of an old soul. Their arrangements are amped up, invigorating, thought provoking, and play against the grain.

The band is fronted by award winning vocalist Kirby Sewell. Known to break a sweat on stage, Kirby truly connects with the spirit of the blues. Nuances of his own life are shared in unforgettable performances, leaving audiences with no doubt that the blues has spent time with him.

 

 

Concerts In The Park

From Canadiana to sitar and tabla, celebrate different genres and music from around the world during Surrey's free Sounds of Summer concert series. Our opening night as well as the grand finale will feature Canada 150 celebrations. Be sure to bring your folding chairs, blankets and picnic baskets to fully enjoy all the performances. Please note all pets must be on leash and some garden locations do not permit pets, except service dogs.

There are scheduled performances every Wednesday throughout the summer, including three day time performances (new this year)!

August 30 Blackie Spit - "Live Rust" NEIL YOUNG TRIBUTE BAND

(click here for the full summer schedule)

 

 

 

 

The Fair at the PNE in Hastings Park will culminate with a concert headlined by some of the biggest names in music over the past five decades.


• Tuesday, August 22 – The Pointer Sisters
• Wednesday, August 23 – High Valley
• Thursday, August 24 – ZZ Top
• Friday, August 25 – Chicago
• Saturday, August 26 – Colin James
• Sunday, August 27 – Huey Lewis and The News
• Tuesday, August 29 – Tom Cochrane with Red Rider
• Wednesday, August 30 – The B-52s
• Thursday, August 31 – The Doobie Brothers
• Friday, September 1 – Rick Springfield
• Saturday, September 2 – The Gipsy Kings featuring Nicolas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo

 

 

 

 

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