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Chemainus Valley Blues Fstival: David Gogo, Mark Crissinger, The Blue Hearts, Luv Train, The South Island Rhythm Kings, SP & Johnny's Rhumba Kings, Auntie Kate & the Uncles of Funk, The Deb Rhymer Band, Gary Preston and the Kingmixers, Renovation Blues Band

Sat. July 6th - Sun. July 7th Chemainus Waterwheel Park Bandshell Chemainus BC (All Ages)
2:00 PM until 8:00 PM
Opening: Saturday 6th July 2019
Show starts at 2:00 PM on Saturday, July 6, 2019
By Donation
Two days of outstanding blues in the magical surroundings of Waterwheel Park, in Central Chemainus, BC,

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David Gogo (Blues)

West Coast Music Award winner adds heart, soul and grit to the contemporary blues scene more info

Auntie Kate & the Uncles of Funk (Blues and Roots)

Rising out of the ashes of a west coast R&B band called Club Mongo, a singer, who was to become known as Auntie Kate, and guitarist, Tom Bowler, started a new band. The group formed in 1991 and consisted of Auntie Kate, Tom Bowler, and Clark Brendan. Auntie Kate and the Cheap Suits leaned on the acoustic blues and featured stand bass, accordion, ... more info

The Deb Rhymer Band

The Deb Rhymer Band features Kelly Fawcett on guitar, Clayton O'Howe on bass, Andy Graffiti on drums and Deb Rhymer on vocals. Deb and the band have played all the various clubs and pubs in the Victoria music scene as well as a number of blues events and festivals. The band has hosted an afternoon blues jam, every Sunday for the last 9 years ... more info
Articles: Deb Rhymer is dedicated to the blues

Renovation Blues Band

Renovation Blues Band is an ongoing project dedicated to presenting high-energy live blues music with conviction. An exciting live act, RBB brings together various upbeat blues styles to get you moving to the groove. Their music swings, funks, and shuffles it's way into your consciousness and won't let go. Featuring Howard Mallet on bass/vocals, Pa... more info
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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division