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November Events

Nov 2018 Events Calendar

Nov 16th – 9pm | $10 (cover at door)

Arbutus Roots w/Kevin’s Bacon

Arbutus Roots

West coast rooted lyrics and acoustic instruments. They have a driving sound that has been compared to The Tragically Hip and Mumford and Sons with hints of The Barenaked Ladies.

Like the tree, they strive to be unique and distictly their own. They draw inspiration from all of the life around them. Sometimes the goal is beauty, sometimes it’s a little gnarled and aslant. The wide range of music they listen to makes it no surprise that it is a little different.

Arbutus Roots
Kevin's Bacon

Kevin’s Bacon

Kevin’s Bacon is a Nanaimo-based trio performing hit songs from the 60’s to today. No specific genres, just good rockin’ tunes! The group has had a busy year, performing at a multitude of venues throughout Vancouver Island.

The group was recently featured on 106.9 The Wolf’s “Jackpot Fridays” promotion, and were short-listed for Red Truck Brewery’s Truck Stop Talent Search.

Artists covered by Kevin’s Bacon include: The Beatles, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty, Weezer, The Tragically Hip and many more!

Nov 17th – 9pm | $10 (cover at door)

The County Line

Dynamic, energetic, and engaging with their music and performance, The County Line are a modern country duo comprised of singer/ songwriters Megan Johns and Hayden Cyr. With contrasting yet complementary vocal styles, influences, and personalities, the harmonies between the two are captivating. Parallel to their contrasting vocals, Hayden’s grit, edge, and energy is the compliment to Megan’s sweet but strong personality and this polarity between the two creates the chemistry that their fans adore.

Their sound and energy, backed by their 6 piece band, has earned them festival slots at Sunfest Country, Rockin’ River Music Fest, opening slots for international artists including Dierks Bentley and The Band Perry, as well as direct opening act performances for Brett Kissel, George Canyon, The Washboard Union and The Chris Buck Band.

Nov 23rd – 8pm | no cover

Jack & Jay

Amazing local talents, Jack Gunderson & Jason Dunajski from the Eagle Eyes band will rock your night away with a variety of songs that span the decades of classic rock.

Jack and Jay are Cowichan Valley based and have been singing and performing together for over 23 years in multiple bands. From their current duo act to their snowballing tribute band (Eagles Tribute) ‘Eagle Eyes’, Jack and Jay cover a variety of acoustic and electric hits that include songs by: Supertramp, Tragically Hip, Elton John, Sublime, Bryan Adams, Fleetwood Mac, Bob Seger, Van Morrison, Eurythmics and many more. (Eagles included).

Jack and Jay

Jack & Jay combine two voices, acoustic 6 and 12 string guitars, bass guitar, Djembe drum and some programmed beats to create their own unique arrangements. Their combined performing experience along with their attention to detail (when it comes to singing and harmony) continues to get great reviews!

Nov 24th – 8pm | $10 (cover at door)

Blues Night w/ The Mark Crissinger Band

Mark is a 2017 Maple Blues Award nominee. His band is a contemporary blues band featuring an all-star cast of musicians from the Nanaimo area. Their multiple performances at blues festivals in Nanaimo, Victoria, Chemainus, Parksville, Duncan, as well as pubs and clubs and private parties, have gained them friends and fans across Vancouver Island, the lower mainland, and beyond.

Blending traditional themes with clever lyrics and modern arrangements, the band combines different styles to give their show plenty of variety. You will hear some Boogie Woogie, Funk, Rock, Shuffle and Swing. Dancing, singing, clapping, and laughing are all encouraged.

Mark Crissinger

The Mark Crissinger Band ignites audiences every time they play. When you combine fresh ideas, excellent musicianship, and audience participation the result is a good time for everyone.

Nov 30th – 8pm | $5 (cover at door)

Dylan Stone Duo

Dylan’s new record, Everything I’ve Known, was recorded with Juno and Western Canadian Music Award winning producer Colin Stewart (Dan Mangan, Yukon Blonde, New Pornographers), and co-produced with Rolla Olak. His sleight of hand is clear in the depth of sound and psychedelic overtones on this record. Stone has toured relentlessly across Canada and the west coast and in this record you can hear the call of the road. He sings of broken hearts and restless spirits, of star crossed lovers tearing across deserted black top. Influences are clear, think Tom Petty, early Ryan Adams and Wilco, yet Stone has his own take on the heartland rock of his heroes, rightfully earning a spot in any dog-eared record collection. The four song EP represents an ever-evolving sound in Dylan’s songwriting, showcasing where his muse currently lives. The songs are catchy, expansive, and intimate. Lead track ‘Everything I’ve Known’ is the rousing call of a modern-day troubadour, whereas the fuzzy fades and garage rock resonance of ‘I’ll Never Walk Away’ show a darker, headier side.

Dylan Stone is an honest musician who writes, plays and sings from the heart. He is a restless songwriter who is constantly pursuing new sounds and collaborations. He was raised by an old record collection, and his guitar that has put food on his table for his entire adult life. An interesting and storied career has led him to share the stage with one of his musical icons Alejandro Escovedo, open for Keith Urban at BC’s largest country music festival, play onstage with Robert Randolf & The Family Band, and perform his songs for Lou Reed in Nashville, Tennessee. A troubadour in the truest sense, he has lived and toured across Canada and toured the West Coast extensively. He is most at home on stage with guitar in hand.

Dylan Stone

His music lives in a variety of projects and collaborations. Stone’s last release Dylan Stone & The Unfaithful Servants was recorded with Canada’s foremost acoustic musicians; Richard Moody, Oliver Swain, and Jesse Cobb. That album spawned the group The Unfaithful Servants, and they can now be found playing the Folk, Bluegrass, and Country music festival circuit in Canada. The Unfaithful Servants act as an avenue for his acoustic music and writing, but are only one side of Dylan’s music. His latest EP, Everything I’ve Known, was recorded with The Dylan Stone Band who produce an honest and effusive breed of Canadian rock and roll. His electric music is energized and passionate and carries the spirit of his influences on its sleeve. Dylan is not ashamed to show his musical roots. When performing with his electric outfit the music created draws comparisons to Wilco, Neil Young, and The Band.

The Great Divide : Canada’s Tribute to THE BAND, a passion project founded by Stone, is an authentic re-creation of the music of THE BAND assembled with leading Canadian musicians to celebrate the legacy and music of the iconic Canadian group. The Great Divide consistently sell-out Jazz and Blues clubs across Western Canada with their nostalgic, moving show, and boast a large and enthusiastic following of dedicated music lovers.

These bands and projects are a natural way of life for Dylan. Whether performing solo or in any number of collaborations, he is constantly in pursuit of the muse, chasing the stories, people and places that inspire the song.

Dec 1st – 8pm | $10 (door)

Black Angus

Traditional & contemporary Irish, acoustic roots, Americana, West Coast Celtic, blues and old-time, from Vancouver Island to Ireland and back again.

Black Angus is about good songs, good humour, good friends, and good whisky. Gareth Hurwood is the voice, the guitar, the poetry, and the passion. Alex MacCuaig is the driving force on bass and harmonies. Sarah Tradewell on fiddle brings traditional fire and grace, while Tom Salter on drums ties up the package with his focused drive and irresistible beat.

Their powerful performances take listeners from Vancouver Island to Ireland and back again, fueled by their collaboration and sheer enjoyment of the music. Black Angus’ show has a high energy level and great stage presence that is instantly communicated to their audience. Black Angus is devoted to great songs, and is near-impossible to pigeon-hole: Traditional & contemporary Irish, acoustic roots, Americana, West Coast Celtic, blues and old-time are all part of the Black Angus sound.

Black Angus

Dec 8th – 8pm | $25

Eagle Eyes (Eagles Tribute)

Welcome Back! Eagle Eyes!

Eagle Eyes are pleased to announce their return to The Osborne Bay Pub! The band has been touring near and far since they were at the pub last May, and are ‘finely tuned’ to bring you all your favorite Eagles songs! See you there for this up close and personal show!

Their powerful performances take listeners from Vancouver Island to Ireland and back again, fueled by their collaboration and sheer enjoyment of the music. Black Angus’ show has a high energy level and great stage presence that is instantly communicated to their audience. Black Angus is devoted to great songs, and is near-impossible to pigeon-hole: Traditional & contemporary Irish, acoustic roots, Americana, West Coast Celtic, blues and old-time are all part of the Black Angus sound.

‘Eagle Eyes’ is a tribute band to the legendary music of ‘THE EAGLES’. Eagle Eyes has taken great care and dedication recreating the harmonies and capturing the LIVE true magic within the harmonies that The Eagles are renowned for. Hailing from Southern Vancouver Island, BC, the four members of Eagle Eyes have over 120 years of experience combined as professional touring musicians honing their musical and vocal skills. Eagle Eyes audiences are being captivated by the bands live performances and natural vocal harmonies, not to mention the music.This bands love for The Eagles songs helps them construct and finesse their ongoing sold-out performances! Crossing over from classic rock to country rock with an extensive repertoire of Eagles hits, Eagle Eyes is a ‘must see’ for Eagle fans!

Dec 14th – 8pm | No cover

Andrew McCormak’s Retro Night!

Andrew McCormick has been a professional musician for 30 years specializing in pop favorites of the a.m. radio era the song list covers from the 50s to the 80s so much fun to be had at Andy’s single show he currently is a regular in most pubs and at markets and private functions in the Cowichan Valley.

Andrew McCormak

Dec 15th – 8pm | $15

Unfaithful Servants

The Unfaithful Servants have quickly gained a reputation in Western Canada as an in demand festival band and a must-see act. With an original and exciting approach to traditional Americana, folk, bluegrass and country music, the group serves up explosive instrumentals, compelling story-telling and high powered vocals. Formed in the fall of 2017, the band garnered the attention of local music lovers and the music industry with an opening slot for Canadian folkie and Juno nominee Lisa Leblanc, and headlining slots at the Sooke River Bluegrass Festival, The Islands Folk Festival and the Canada 150 celebrations in downtown Victoria. With no formal recording until now, the Servants have achieved much in the past year, and their reputation as a band to watch for grows.

The Servants are excited to announce the upcoming release of their debut album, currently being recorded at Shawnigan Lake Studios with legendary engineer Steve Smith. Steve is known as Seattle’s best mixer with over 42 years of industry experience (Garth Brooks, Pearl Jam, Stevie Wonder, P.Ditty). His credits include numerous platinum and gold albums, as well as 2 Grammy Award winners. The Servant’s album will showcase almost all original material and is set to be released in early 2019, with a tour of western Canada and the US to follow.

The credits and resume of The Servants members are impressive, but it is the chemistry of the group and the skill of their individual musicianship that propels their live performance. Sharing vocal harmonies around a single microphone is an integral part of their blend. Their original writing, from electrifying mandolin and fiddle instrumentals to heartfelt songs, combines well with deftly arranged covers from folk, rock and traditional repertoire.

American born Mandolinist Jesse Cobb could be described as a virtuoso on his instrument. He is a founding member of the critically acclaimed bluegrass group The Infamous String Dusters, and with that group he received a Grammy nomination for one of his original compositions. Jesse has recorded and performed with the likes of Bela Fleck, Lee Anne Womack, Dirks Bentley, and Jim Lauderdale among others. He’s performed many times on the historic stage of The Grand Old Opry and has toured the world. His exceptional talent is widely recognized in the bluegrass world, and he is an innovator of the instrument.

Unfaithful Servants

Shortly after Jesse’s move to Vancouver Island singer/songwriter Dylan Stone identified Jesse’s depth as a musician and began a collaboration. Stone is a restless songwriter who is constantly pursuing new sounds and collaborations. An interesting and storied career has led him to share the stage with Alejandro Escovedo, open for Keith Urban at BC’s largest country music festival, play onstage with Robert Randolf & The Family Band, and perform his songs for Lou Reed in Nashville, Tennessee. A modern-day troubadour , Dylan has lived and toured across Canada and toured the West Coast extensively.

Jesse and Dylan’s collaboration grew to include Miriam Sonstenes on fiddle. Miriam is a founder of beloved Canadian roots trio The Sweet Lowdown, who have won or been nominated for various awards at the Canadian Folk Music Awards, Western Canadian Music Awards, and Vancouver Island Music Awards. She has studied under bluegrass fiddle legend Bobby Hicks and is a tireless student to her muse. Jesse’s mandolin and Miriam’s fiddle grace The Unfaithful Servants with sounds both sweet and hard driving. Alex Remple on stand-up bass solidifies the group with groove and versatility. Alex also performs and tours North America and Europe with Canadian group West My Friend .

The Servants are pushing forward the limits of traditional music and have a strong foundation of experience and talent to boast. Yet it’s the effort they put in together as a group that moves audiences and attracts their fans. The depth and talent of this group are undeniable and the road they travel will be an exciting journey to watch.

Dec 21st – 8pm | No cover

Jack & Jay

Local talents, Jack Gunderson & Jason Dunajski from the Eagle Eyes band will rock your night away with a variety of songs that span the decades of classic rock.

Jack and Jay are Cowichan Valley based and have been singing and performing together for over 23 years in multiple bands. From their current duo act to their snowballing tribute band (Eagles Tribute) ‘Eagle Eyes’, Jack and Jay cover a variety of acoustic and electric hits that include songs by: Supertramp, Tragically Hip, Elton John, Sublime, Bryan Adams, Fleetwood Mac, Bob Seger, Van Morrison, Eurythmics and many more. (Eagles included).

Jack and Jay

Jack & Jay combine two voices, acoustic 6 and 12 string guitars, bass guitar, Djembe drum and some programmed beats to create their own unique arrangements. Their combined performing experience along with their attention to detail (when it comes to singing and harmony) continues to get great reviews!

Dec 31st – 9pm | $25

Ange Hehr

Don’t miss the best New Year’s Eve Party in the Cowichan Valley on Monday, December 31st! Ange Hehr and her high energy show will be rocking in the New Year with everyone on the dance floor!

Ange Hehr
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