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Event Archive - Jon and Roy, Hannah Georgas, acres of lions, Michael Bernard Fitzgerald

Sun. July 28th 2013 - Sun. July 28th 2013 @  Rock of The Woods Duncan BC (All Ages)
12:00PM
$100 Weekend / $39.95 Sunday

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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

Hannah Georgas

Trumping the name of her critically adored debut album, Hannah Georgas has had a better than “Good” year since releasing her debut This Is Good in April, 2010. This Is Good, produced by Ryan Guldemond (Mother Mother) and Howard Redekopp (Tegan and Sara, You Say Party, New Pornographers), displays a montage of a self-assured singer-songwriter... more info

acres of lions (Indie)

ACRES OF LIONS ~ BIOGRAPHY ~ Jeffrey K - Vocals/Guitar Dan Ball - Bass Lewis Carter - Drums Tyson Yerex - Guitar/Keyboard/Vocals Acres of Lions is a pop-rock band based in Victoria, BC. Their music is lyrically-driven and influenced by early 90's emo bands such as The Get Up Kids and Jimmy Eat World. 2011 marks the second year... more info

Michael Bernard Fitzgerald "MBF" (Alt / Pop)

Michael Bernard Fitzgerald (MBF) is a twenty-nine year old singer and songwriter from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. A touring troubadour, most of his time is spent on stage playing clubs, theatres and festivals across North America. He is a dog man with a good plan and two hands. His most recent studio release, “YES”, is an eclectic, pop- driven, ... more info
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