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Event Archive - Lip Forest, Naomi Payan, Don Wilke, Lazy Mike & Carson Mallon, Gerry Barnum, The Deb Rhymer Band

Tue. July 28th 2020 - Tue. July 28th 2020 @  Online Duncan BC (All Ages)
12:00pm - 8:00pm
Livestream By Donation
Presented by: 39 Days of July
Noon - Lip Forest - a fine singer / songwriter his northern prairie upbringing is reflected his music
1pm - Naomi Payan - she is writing new songs almost weekly and I am sure we will hear some of the new ones...so glad she ended up calling the valley home
4pm - Don Wilke - being the last Blues on Tuesday we is gonna give up all 4 hours to the blues and Don and his slide work needs be part of it
5pm - Lazy Mike & Carson Mallon - father and son, both into the healing powers of the blues, Mike on harmonica and vocals and Carson on electric guitar and vocals
6pm - Gerry Barnum - a solid harmonica player, a real good songwriter and plays a strong gutar and his original blues songs are healers
7pm - Deb Rhymer Band - Victoria’s queen of the blues jams brings her band to Duncan...yowza

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Gerry Barnum

Gerry Barnum’s second acoustic CD “Harmony” was released in December, 2003, with 14 new original songs. Harmony was recorded at Gerry’s home studio (Big Pad) in Errington on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Lots of slide guitar on this disc as well as harmonica, two of Gerry’s trademarks. Gerry is definitely a songwriter with roots in Folk a... 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
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