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Event Archive - 39 Days of July Festival: Don Wilkie, Scott Owen, Teo, Celtic Rhythm Dancers (Teacher / Student Showcase), Jai, Duncan Has Talent, Jack Connolly, Coldwater Road

Thu. July 5th 2018 - Thu. July 5th 2018 Charles Hoey Memorial Park - CFS Stage Duncan BC (All Ages)
12:00pm - 8:00pm
Free
Noon Don Wilkie - slide guitar/guitar/vocals-originals /blues/slack key

1pm Scott Owen - vocal/guitar-originals and some folk covers

2pm Teo - guitar/piano/vocals-pop/folk standards/Filipino songs

3pm Teacher / Student Showcase - Celtic Rhythm Dancers

4pm Jai – local bass player/producer/singer-songwriter does a solo act

5pm Duncan Has Talent - dance preliminaries

6pm Jack Connolly – local boy returns from the big city to teach recording at Shawnigan Lake School and we have enticed him to perform for us ever since he got back - guitar/vocals-blues/country rock

7pm Coldwater Road - waltzing between love songs and foot-stomping murder ballads, they have something for the delicate and the desperate alike, their songs reach across folk, americana, rock, and country

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Jack Connolly (Acoustic music with guts)

"It's tempting to compare Jack to contemporary singer/songwriters like John Hiatt or John Cougar, but . . . his music already shows more depth than a simple comparison would allow for. He is a step above the current crop of 'new country' songwriters and is a better guitar player than most songwriters. With one foot in country, one in blues and one ... more info

Coldwater Road (Folk-Rock)

Lyrically rich and hard hitting with their instrumentation, Coldwater Road gives folk music a reason to dance. Waltzing between love songs and foot-stomping murder ballads, Coldwater Road has a story for everyone. Their style reaches across Folk, Americana, Rock, and Country, and live performances are described as The Avett Brothers meets Paul Simo... more info
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