2012 and already the month of January is almost over…is it because we are having so much fun? I hope so…at least in retrospect
anywho Thursday night has a two solo acts that work on monster projects, intricate selections of sounds to get their individual messages out there…one of those take the chance and you will not be disappointed
Friday has Chris Ronald coming to town…an England born Vancouverite, he is known for his vocal prowess….a songwriter as well, his passions are laid out in his music
Saturday is a rock out night with Stone Vaughn Toole from Ladysmith and Midnite Hours (rock/roots/reggae) from Vancouver….a wonderful rock- ish journey
Sunday has Chris Watoski coming over from Vancouver with his band to showcase the great tunage he has created…check out his links and see if you want to be here
Monday sees local young folk rockers The Royal Canadians opening for Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk….another link referral on this one….let them explain themselves
For The Love Of Words falls on the last day of the month as well as the last Tuesday this month…Bill Levity hosts this evening of poetry/prose and all things spoken…
Wednesday has the youth infused ‘hobo’ music…from Pender Island , it is organic…and fun
Thursday is Jeff Pike aka Windborn…the band is absent for this date but it is all his material and he does deliver oh so well…has a fan base on the island so you wont be alone if you come to the show
Friday is the long awaited return of Gerry Barnum….using roots/blues to trap you in, he takes you on a musical journey that soothes your soul…yes you could say soul music….
much more coming up so stay tuned
and soon to the public…Friends of The Showroom membership cards….for $50 a year you can support the Showroom and receive one free beverage or popcorn for each performance you attend, receive advance ticket price even if you show up at the door (if there is room) as well as advance notice to any of the big shows coming up…also allows you to request ‘ducked’ seating…sign up and I will tell you more …
till later L.J.