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Event Archive - Alphababy, Johnny Good, The Perfect Trend, Open, Parachute!, Counting Heartbeats

Fri. January 12th 2007 - Fri. January 12th 2007 @  The Old Firehall Chemainus BC (All Ages)
7:00pm doors at 6:30pm
$5.00 at the door only.
Presented by: Broshua Empire

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Alphababy

Alphababy was conceived in the late weeks of summer 2005, in their hometown of Kelowna, British Columbia. The group began as: Vincent Jones (drums, percussion, vocals), Jeff Innes (bass guitar, synthesizers, piano, vocals) and Brandon Scott (guitar, vocals). Alphababy met each other through BCs musical community and began playing together after lea... more info

Johnny Good (Rock/Soul/RnB)

Johnny is a singer/songwriter who creates a fusion between genres such as rock, R&B, and soul. His performance is unlike most in that you will find he performs solo on stage with a variety of instruments tied together via a looping station. more info

The Perfect Trend (Alternative)

Honest music. It spans all genres, and is open to anything and everything. And thats The Perfect Trend. A wise person once said, "We are nothing without diversity", and this ode is apparant throughout the band's debut 10 song cd, "Static and Dialtone". Its sometimes hard to believe that the same band is playing from song to song, and yet, and t... more info

Open, Parachute! (ambient prog-pop)

OPEN PARACHUTE! - Nanaimo's Open, Parachute! brandishes an intense live show that leaves audiences breathless and the band themselves bruised. They strive to create bold and challenging soundscapes that convey a sense of hope and beauty in the struggle. more info

Counting Heartbeats (marriage core)

counting heartbeats: just a bunch of sweet dudes, and dudette. more info
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