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Past Events

Thu. September 20th 2018
The Lost Talkers, Cody Rueger, Ella Swan, James Kasper, Amesi Grove, Terry Boyle, Angela BertrandCopper Owl Victoria BC (No Minors)
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Fri. April 20th 2018
Cody Rueger and some Mighty Speck friends James Kasper, Delaney Rose, Dear Father, Cody RuegerThe Duncan Showroom - Downstairs Duncan BC (All Ages)
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Fri. December 8th 2017
Gord Downie Tribute Mothertrucker, Chris Andres , Gord Phillips , Lola Parks, The Lost Talkers, James Kasper, Lion on a Leash, Blake Andison, Nick Taylor, Pon the Rebel, Bill & John AllanThe Loft (Victoria) Victoria BC (No Minors)
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Fri. September 22nd 2017
James Kasper, Chasey RaeFairfield United Church Victoria BC (All Ages)
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James Kasper

James Kasper

Active / Available - Confirmed: Sep. 19, 2017 (Awaiting Update)
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Label: Mighty Speck Records
roots noir from Victoria BC
Instruments: Vocals, Composition/Songwriting, Harp, Guitar details

Discography:
"Metro Gnome" (1998)
"folk is dead but who's listening" (2000)
"The Old Fashioned Way" (2007)
"small town gods & devils" (2009)
"Twenty" (2013)
"In The Dust" (2014)
"Grace" (2016)
"The Old Fashioned Way" (Special Edition + Bonus Tracks) (2017)

Influences: Damien Rice, Hayden, Glen Hansard, Blue Rodeo, Radiohead, Mark Kozelek, Keaton Henson, Willie Nelson.

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Current Projects

GroupRoleDates
Little NectarHarmonica, Vocals, Guitar.2014-present
The Dreamwave Projectharmonica, effects, etc.2008-present
ALMOST The Blues Brothers tribute bandharmonica, vocals, Everything Elwood.2008-present
James Kasper & The True VyneSongs, Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica1995-present
Available for paid gigs
Available for casual jamming
Available for serious projects
Available for lessons
Listing last updated/confirmed Sep. 19, 2017

Future Events

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