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Event Archive - Steady Rollin’ Jay, Amanda Nixon, Tonia Hill , Scott McGill, The Shenanigans, John Gogo, High Quadra Ramblers, Fabian from Argentina

Mon. July 27th 2020 - Mon. July 27th 2020 @  Online Duncan BC (All Ages)
12:00pm - 8:00pm
Livestream By Donation
Presented by: 39 Days of July
Noon - Steady Rollin’ Jay - blues like you wish you had wrote
1pm - Amanda Nixon - deep and sometimes dark lyrics are soon overcome by her vivacious smile as she explains each song
4pm - Tonia Hill and Scott McGill - Tonia and Scott get together each year of the festival to sing for the fun and joy of it all
5pm - The Shenanigans - yes, a bit of irish music to keep you entertained
6pm - John Gogo - a singer/songwriter who makes sure history is told through song, now a resident of SSI, has been an island fixture in the folk scene for years
7pm - High Quadra Ramblers - a frailing banjo and violin with the occasional vocal thrown in, these two are a true musical delight

Mondays at 9 - Fabian from Argentina


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John Gogo (Country)

John Gogo is a singer/songwriter from Nanaimo on Vancouver Island on the West Coast of Canada. John blends pop sensibilities with traditional style North American roots music. Some people point out country inflections. Others note the influences of folk. John Gogo has released 3 full length albums and toured Canada several times. He has written a n... more info

High Quadra Ramblers

The High Quadra Ramblers are Mack Shields on fiddle and vocals and Kaitlin Chamberlin on banjo, vocals and stepdancing: a powerhouse duo keeping the magic of traditional music alive. They're doing ambitious things with appalachian oldtime, translating traditional celtic into clawhammer banjo rhythms and taking inspiration from middle eastern, fren... 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