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Event Archive - Mary Egan, Matt Kinnunen, Brian Gauci, Norman Foote, Dance Special, Lake placid, Blue Rain

Fri. July 24th 2020 - Fri. July 24th 2020 @  Online Duncan BC (All Ages)
12:00pm - 9:30pm
Livestream By Donation
Presented by: 39 Days of July
Noon - Mary Egan - she has her own stage presence and she has her own songs and she also sings some classic tunage as well
1pm - Matt Kinnunen - his cover tunes you hear when he busks are left behind for his own fantastic writing when he plays the Showroom
4pm - Brian Gauci - an acoustic guitar player mostly he writes some fine instrumentals
5pm - Norman Foote - known as much awarded children’s performer he also has his real age things he writes about and this gives him that opportunity to show you
6pm - Dance Special - showcasing dancers Carlow Rush / Jacksun Fryer/ Deeya Sharma along with Carlson’s Dance
7:30pm - Lake Placid - Modern Indie Rock, Tech Fear + Movies = Life..the motto of this 3 piece band from Victoria
8:30pm - Blue Rain - 5 piece world beat jam band from Victoria...very danceable

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Mary Egan (Country/Rock)

Mary Egan is an exciting talent who has the ability to capture her audience with her genuine, relatable on stage style. By incorporating a mix of original music and well-know covers this is a show you don’t want to miss! This hilarious musician will have your undivided attention. Some venues Mary has performed at are: ~Merritt Mountain... more info

Norman Foote (entertains for all ages,)

Norman Foote is an award-winning singer/songwriter who has received critical acclaim for his recordings, outrageous props and off-beat sense of humor. Norman performs in theatres, festivals and with symphony orchestras throughout North America. Norman has gathered millions of fans throughout the world with his Cd's, music videos, illustrated b... 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.

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