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Friday, January 10 – 8:30pm
Hosted by local folk-indie artist Robbie Hancock, this concert raises funds for Threshold Housing Society in Victoria! Help end youth homelessness and enjoy local, original music. By donation.
Saturday, January 11 – 8:30pm
Not My Monkeys performs “Covers for Your Ears,” an eclectic mix of tunes from the 60s to today. Not My Monkeys make extensive use of vocal harmonies and lead guitar sprinkled with some flute and melodica, supported by drums, bass, and acoustic guitar. Start the new year on the right foot by catching an entertaining, dynamic and theatrically inspired show. Not My Monkeys: hear no evil, pay what you can.
Friday, January 17 – 8:30pm
Spencer, Taylor and Brown are a trio made up of local musicians Ray Spencer (folk singer-songwriter), Willis Taylor (singer-songwriter in various genres) and Freddy Brown (drums/vocals). They are based out of Sooke and perform at local open stages and through the Sooke Folk Music Society. They’ve each played here solo or in other groups previously–now catch them together!
Saturday, January 18 – 8:30pm
Dave Gallant is a “fine singer/songwriter and interpreter of other songwriters’ music. He has a rich voice and engaging delivery.” – from davegallant.com
Friday, January 24 – 8:30pm
A joint concert with Old Tin Shack and the Mark Comerford Blues Project! Two separate bands to start, then a big combined group at the end. This is a good reason to get out of the house in January. 😉
Show is by donation, with all donations going to the Mustard Seed Food Bank.
Saturday, January 25 – 8:30pm
Gorge-ous Coffee owner Gino Marrelli plays old and slightly modern Italian tunes, with vocals and guitar. Come out for a relaxed evening and experience something new!