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Event Archive - Jon and Roy, Vince Vaccaro, GOODBYE BEATDOWN, Chasing Satellites

Sat. August 7th 2010 - Sat. August 7th 2010 @  West Coast Rock Festival - Cobble Hill Community Hall Cobble Hill BC (No Minors)
10pm - 1.30am doors at 8pm
$30
Tickets at: Mister Sweeper in Duncan/Victoria, Lucid in Nanaimo

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Jon and Roy (folk, roots, acoustic, reggae)

Jon and Roy went searching for something intangible on their fourth recording, Let it Go. Suffice it to say, they found it. Freedom — from artistic constraints, from audience expectations — became a recurring theme for the duo during the creation of Let it Go. If there was one rule for longtime friends and collaborators Jon Middleton (gui... more info
Articles: Roy Vizer from Jon & Roy – Interview

Vince Vaccaro

Vince Vaccaro (born 1980) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, guitarist and record producer. He has performed largely as a solo artist, appearing both solo acoustic, and backed up by a five to eight piece band. His musical influences include Bruce Springsteen, Ben Harper, Eddie Vedder, Adam Granduciel, and Matt Mays. Vaccaro has played shows in ... more info

GOODBYE BEATDOWN

Goodbye Beatdown is a band of four Langley boys who manage to bring the best elements of a summer party to the stage and speakers all year round with their mix of hip-hop, rock, blues, folk, soul and reggae. The band’s fusion of styles and manic energy is making ripples in the stream of popular music around B.C. and they’re poised to bring the ... more info

Chasing Satellites

Chasing Satellites are a new and up coming band on the scene bringing back rock the way it's supposed to be. The lead singer is everything a lead singer should be, he's got the pipes, the looks, and the moves. Not only that but he's a deadly rhythm guitar player too!!! Along side a rock solid rhythm section and lead guitarist pumping out epic solos... more info
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