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Event Archive - 39 Days of July Festival: Zumba with Roz, Simon Sayz, Short n’ Randy (with friends), Ravenhill Ranters, Lena Birtwistle, Wayne Kozak Quartet, Matoto , Overworked and Underplayed, Daniel Cook & The Radiators

Sat. June 30th 2018 - Sat. June 30th 2018 Charles Hoey Memorial Park - CFS Stage Duncan BC (All Ages)
11:00am - 8:00pm
Free
Presented by: 39 Days of July
11am Zumba with Roz - every Sat. Morning this group of people show up to work out in the hot sun to what Roz gives them

Noon Simon Sayz - this singer sometimes songwriter likes John Prine/ Diamond Joe White and the likes, a mainstay these past 3 years for Sat. noon hours cause we think you should hear him

1pm Short n’ Randy with friends - Lennon and Randy and friends play thru some standard tunes to get peeps singing along to and, they always have fun

2pm Ravenhill Ranters - Gillian Wale with Rockland Moran bring the autoharp and slide guitar to the forefront of Gillian’s well penned tunes

3pm Lena Birtwistle - spending much time touring with Wil as keyboardist/vocalist means these precious moments of ‘Lena only’ are stupendously special

4pm Wayne Kozak Quartet - this gentleman always brings a stellar group of musicians together to travel the upbeat musical highway of jazzy r&b

5pm Matoto - west African drumming/dancing/interactive/spell binding...this group springs from Moondance Studio, Cobble Hill

6pm Overworked and Underplayed - five friends in an extremely rare performance even though having played western swing and bluegrass music together for over 10 years

7pm Daniel Cook and the Radiators - great musicianship, pay attention lyrics and extremely able to find a groove....twice this festival

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Daniel Cook & The Radiators (Original West Coast Roots)

"Daniel Cook & The Radiators" is an original West Coast roots group from Victoria, BC. With Robert Cromwell's solid grooves, Ryan Rock's funk-driven bass, Roger Plant's riveting lead guitar, and Daniel Cook's well-crafted song writing, these contagious melodies and timeless stories are blended into a tasty mix of indie-folk, funk and country by ... more info
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