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Event Archive - Open Mic, K-Tones, Mitch and the Baroness, LOVECATS, James Kasper, Jade Blackney, Reid Williams, Morgan Bassman

Sat. August 1st 2020 - Sat. August 1st 2020 @  Online Duncan BC (All Ages)
1:00pm - 9:30pm
Livestream By Donation
Presented by: 39 Days of July
1pm - Open mic - last chance to take a chance
2pm - K-Tones - keyboards and a flute and some technical hook ups make this an interesting walk of musical treats, from SSI they make their living from performing...or used to
3pm - Mitch and the Baroness - last chance of the festival to catch these two live...then it will have to be you going to the archive section and re-watching as often as you want
4pm - LOVECATS - straight up cover band that wants you and themselves to have way too much fun...join them
5pm - James Kasper - creator and vision designer for Mighty Speck Records he is also a damn fine singer/songwriter check out his performance
6pm - Jade Blakney - a third of the Hardware Girls, she spreads her wings to be a solo show as well
7:30pm - Reid Williams - a valley treasure as a singer/ songwriter, he has stayed in the shadows and we hope he gets to break out soon....yes, give him a serious listen
8:30pm - Morgan bassman - a great way to end a Saturday evening, finding the right space so as you can be groovin’ to the sounds of DJ Morgan Bassman is spinnin’


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Open Mic

Fairly self explanatory. Jump up on stage and show your stuff! Contact promoter or venue # indicated for details more info

James Kasper (roots noir)

other sites: cbc | wordpress
Discography: "Metro Gnome" (1998) "folk is dead but who's listening" (2000) "The Old Fashioned Way" (2007) "small town gods & devils" (2009) "Twenty" (2013) "In The Dust" (2014) "Grace" (2016) "The Old Fashioned Way" (Special Edition + Bonus Tracks) (2017) Influences: Damien Rice, Hayden, Glen Hansard, Blue Rodeo, Radiohead, Mark Kozelek... more info
Articles: VIctoria Musicians Stage Tribute to Gord Downie
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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