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Event Archive - 39 Days of July Festival: Naomi Payan, Rogue Wave, Nice Verdes, Donna and Bill Konsorado, Mick Gibbs, The Hardware Girls, Michelle Edwardson, Pat Temple and the Hi Lo Players

Mon. July 2nd 2018 - Mon. July 2nd 2018 Charles Hoey Memorial Park - Buckerfields Stage Duncan BC (All Ages)
12:00pm - 8:00pm
Presented by: 39 Days of July

Event Categories

Music: Pop / Rock / Indie
Noon Naomi Payan guitar/vocals – contemporary folk

1pm Rogue Wave - acoustic folk with traditional instruments

2pm Nice Verdes - experimental acoustic folk from Australia

3pm Donna and Bill Konsorado - from Lantzville, original folk by wife -husband duo presented using banjo/piano/accordion/percussion

Showcase Monday 4 - 7pm

4pm Mick Gibbs - singer/songwriter from Lantzville waited till he was in his fifties to realize a dream of a new cd of his material.

5pm Hardware Girls - family trio of singers/performers from Chemainus that along with Dad write some pretty good tunes presented in such engaging fashion.

6pm Michelle Edwardson - of Filipino-Norwegian descent, this Canadian singer songwriter will grab your attention with her wonderful vocal styling.

7pm Pat Temple and the Hi Lo Players - from Peterborough, Ont. outrageously good hillbilly jazz trio performing original tunage to make your fingers snap and your toes tap.


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Rogue Wave

Formed in 2002, Rogue Wave consists of Zach Rogue (vocals, guitar), Pat Spurgeon (drums, vocals), Gram LeBron (guitar, keys, vocals), and Evan Farrell (bass, vocals). The band's first album, 'Out of the Shadow' was released on their own label in 2003, then re-released by Sub Pop in July of 2004. The second full length release was 'Descended L... more info
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