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angel2Angel Forrest
May 27, Friday

Tickets $24

Performing with two great guitar players: Denis Coulombe & Ricky Paquette

With a career span of over 26 years and eight records, Canada female vocalist of the year (maple blues award), Angel Forrest sure knows how to rock the house with last spring’s latest release, "LIVE" LOVE at the Palace.

Forrest’s work gained positive attention from critics as well as fans. If her spot on tribute to Janis Joplin was a no-brainer amongst festival attendees and club’s patrons, her unique signature on blues takes us a step beyond. A familiar face on the Canadian blues circuit; she was a remarkable fit at last year’s Toronto Blues Society’s Women Blues Review presented at Massey Hall. Other accomplishments include strong appearances at Montreal’s internationally renowned jazz festival as well as Tremblant’s Blues ten day extravaganza when she opened this year for Jarvis Church - The Soul Station.


altimwilliamsTim Williams & Al Lerman
May 28, Saturday

Tickets $25

“Imagine, if you can, a front porch where Robert Johnson, Hank Williams, Hula Hattie, Flaco Jimenez and Bob Marley meet often and discover just how much they have in common. Tim’s music would fit right in.”

Tim Williams is a blues-based singer / songwriter / multi - instrumentalist. He is a 40 year veteran of the ‘Roots’ music scene in North America, roots which stretch back to the coffee-house scene of his native California in the mid 60’s.

Settling in Canada in 1970, Tim is a studio musician, producer, and a performer in constant demand. He has played Folk / Blues / Jazz festivals and concert halls and clubs from Halifax, to Vancouver Island, to the Yukon.

Inspired by the Hillbilly and Western Swing music he heard as a child, Tim absorbed late Fifties Rhythm & Blues and Rock & Roll, Hawaiian and Mexican music, early Sixties Folk, and Bluegrass “like a sponge” before discovering a passion for traditional blues styles which was fueled by seeing many first generation blues musicians live during the “Blues Boom” of the mid and late Sixties.” 

AL LERMAN is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and leader of the two-time Juno Award winning (Canada's Grammy) band FATHEAD. Outside of the band, he has built a solid career touring as an acoustic solo blues/roots artist, accompanying himself on guitar and rack harmonica. He has released two critically acclaimed solo discs to date. A pro musician for over forty years, he occasionally works as a guest sideman, recording and touring with a myriad of top-notch bands.

www.allermanmusic.com | www.cayusemusic.com

oscar20cgOscar Lopez
June 4, Saturday

Tickets $30

Two-Times Juno Award Winner, unleashes the passion and fire within his soul trough his fingers and onto the guitar strings. Well, known internationally for his master improvisations in your heart in your soul.

Godfather of the Latin Guitar and Master of the Stage.

“Apasionado is my latest album after 10 years. I'm letting my heart & soul out on this recording. Only my music can express the emotions and feelings in my heart.  There so many of you who have come with me on this musical journey. To all of you, my profound gratitude and many thanks for your absolutely amazing support.

Penticton BC Home Of Apasionado, Till We Meet Again and Keep Shining” Oscar


CompanyBJazzBandCompany B Jazz Band
June 9, Thursday

Tickets $ 20

Company B Jazz Band is one of Vancouver’s foremost jazz ensembles, featuring a harmonizing female vocal trio in vintage style.  This talented group of musicians has been entertaining the masses since 2007 with their creative arrangements, sharp image, and charming wit.  To date, the group has released 3 albums and toured internationally, most recently as a featured act in the Jiangsu International Jazz and World Music Festival. The Ladies of Company B Jazz Band, interchangeably playing upright bass, ukulele, mellozoo, trumpet and percussion, are a sweet snapshot of the group's harmony both in sound and style.


nevillebowmanNeville Bowman - NBQ
June 11, Saturday

Tickets $20

“Last time Neville performed with his group it was one of the best jazz performances we have ever hosted. 

Think Harry Connick Jr & Frank Sinatra…….Neville’s voice is superb.”  Guaranteed to be a great night of music.

NBQ sees Neville Bowman returning to his jazz roots in a power quartette, harkening back to his days as one of the founding members of the valley's legendary Just In Time trio.  For this show, there's a greater emphasis on the vocal side of his music, exploring the lyrical side of jazz, though audiences can still expect the high energy latin and bop that's so much fun to hear from this pianist!  

Joining Neville will be Bernie Addington on bass and Martin Lord on drums.  After moving to the Okanagan 9yrs ago, Bernie quickly connected with Neville, creating a solid and versatile duo that's known for being "first call" for any visiting musicians.  In demand throughout BC as a live performer and session musician, Bernie is know for his high energy, "take no prisoners" playing, which drives the band to higher levels. As he is know to say, "Bring the Fire!"....

Martin Lord established himself as a versatile, accomplished local drummer from an early age. When he returning to the Okanagan he co-founded Just In Time, picking up three Okanagan Music Awards for best jazz group.

Craig Thomson will be joining the group on saxophone, always a treat.  He's a Yamaha sponsored artist and teacher, organizer of the BC Interior Jazz Festival and award winning performer with a critically acclaimed cd.

DCTrioDevon Coyote
June 17, Friday

Tickets $14

In today’s modern music, it can be hard to find genuine, good music that speaks to a real audience. Devon Coyote’s timeless fusion of Roots, Rock and Blues does just that. Their shared passion for creating great music and a fierce determination to be heard, have led the boys to humble success in the Canadian Indie music scene.

Years ago, as a lone wolf, Devon “Coyote” Bjarnason carved a path into Western Canada’s touring circuit, winning over fans and venues with his passion, presence and strong songwriting. As his sound grew, he recruited a rock solid rhythm section by joining forces with drummer/percussionist Rod Anderson and bassist/multi-instrumentalist D’Arcy Booth.

Rather than a revolving door of hired session players, the Coyotes are a band of brothers; sharing hundreds of nights in grimy motels and long, marathon drives in rusty old vans. This offstage chemistry & camaraderie transfers to their live show for an electric and energetic experience.


UlrichTrioShari Ulrich
June 18, Saturday

Tickets $24

One of Canada’s pre-eminent songwriters, Shari Ulrich’s artistry through Pied Pumkin, The Hometown Band, and as a solo artist continues to inspire audiences wherever she plays. Her skills as a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter have been an inspiration to both her peers and to those that have followed. Apart from her solo career her collaborations with other artists – UHF with Bill Henderson and Roy Forbes, BTU with Barney Bentall & Tom Taylor, and The High Bar Gang, a 7 piece bluegrass band with Barney Bentall & Colin Nairne, have provided a plethora of musical experiences for Shari and her audience. “I have been a fan of Shari’s from the moment I heard the sweet soul singing on the Hometown Band’s single “Fear Of Flying.” I admire her skills as a songwriter, her amazingly sensitive approach to accompanying others and her commitment to continuing to get out there and play. Always with a smile!” – Barney Bentall


seanmccannSean McCann
June 24, Friday

Tickets $30

Sťan’s love for Newfoundland and Labrador folk songs shot him to international fame as a founding member of the renowned group Great Big Sea. After millions of albums sold, countless hit songs, and record breaking tours around the world, Sťan realized that his 20 years with the band had to stop. Music is meant to connect, heal, and bring happiness. While Sťan was giving that to thousands of people a night he was slowly losing his own way. Instead of seeking truth he was hiding behind his music. This was unfair to both himself and his fans so he left the band and started over.

Sťan’s journey to find his own peace, love, and happiness continues through his new music. “You Know I Love You” is a happy collection of songs sung by a man intent on sharing his joy directly with you.

Go to his site to read the whole story to date.


PatTemplePat Temple
June 25, Saturday

Tickets $22

Pat Temple's new recorded offering ‘Day For Day’ carries on the swinging tradition of Pat’s 90’s cult hits ‘Salamander Bones’ and ‘Playin’ Havoc With My Heart’. Pat’s music is informed by Western Swing, Jump Blues, Rockabilly and Roadhouse Soul. It fits easily into Blues, Jazz and Folk festivals.

Having performed many of Canada’s Music Festivals, Pat Temple has become a mainstay in the Canadian scene. He has performed in venues such as: Massey Hall, The National Art Gallery and The Ontario Place Forum. Pat Temple has received press across Canada, being interviewed by CBC, The Toronto Star, The Ottawa Citizen, The Winnipeg Free Press, as well as The Vancouver Sun. He has appeared live on Much Music television and CBC radio. This band is new to our stage but is going to be a lot of fun for sure.


CH2010Paul Pigat / Cousin Harley
June 30, Thursday

Tickets $25

You'd never think it to look at Paul Pigat, but behind that unassuming grin and underneath those Doc Watson glasses lurks one of the most restless, combustible musical imaginations ever crammed like so much canned heat into a single body. Blessed with a jazz man's sheen, a rockabilly heart and a hobo's soul, there aren't many genres of music that don't pull at Pigat's wayfaring imagination like a magnet. In many ways, it's a mystery why Paul Pigat isn't a household name yet. Maybe he'd be a lot easier to pin down if he wasn't so darn good at so many different things.

Joining Paul will be bassist Keith Picot & Jesse Cahill on drums.


IMG0220Tasman Jude
July 7, Thursday

Tickets $24

Far from the traditional home of reggae, at an open mic in Grande Prairie, Alberta Tasman Jude first improvised three songs. The crowd’s passionate response caught them by surprise and could not be ignored, and so a band was forged. From their inception Tasman Jude have worked hard to connect deeply and spread hope with as many people as possible, and so after only 3 months they found themselves with a committed fan base and an EP charting on iTunes. “The band has a unique relationship with our fam” explains Caleb Hart (lead vocals) “we don’t have fans; we have family. They give us so much more than we can possibly give them through music.”

Their passionate live performances and optimistic music spread like wildfire throughout Alberta and beyond. Soon after, a new single “Family” was recorded, finding a home on radio around the world and bringing in multiple songwriting awards along the way.

The band continued to earn their reputation as one of the hardest working bands in Canada touring constantly across their home country, Australia, and the Caribbean, taking their songs about love and community wherever they go.


hiresoscarportraitScott Cook
July 8, Friday

Tickets $22

Alberta, Canada's prairie balladeer Scott Cook is a tirelessly traveling DIY songwriter with heart forever on sleeve. Road-worn, painfully honest, and deeply human, his straight-talking tunes weave together folk, roots, blues, soul and country with spacious fingerstyle guitar and clawhammer banjo arrangements. Cook has been making a full-time living at music since 2007, touring extensively across Canada, the US, Europe, Asia and Australia, and is currently on tour in support of his fourth release, One More Time Around, which Canada's premier roots music magazine Penguin Eggs calls "as much a manifesto as a musical work," teeming with "wry observations and hopeful life lessons." Its opening track "Pass It Along" won the Folk and Acoustic category in the 2013 UK Songwriting Contest, with UK magazine Maverick Country naming him "one of Canada's most inspiring and imaginative storytellers".

Fellow Canadian songwriter and three-time Juno winner David Francey sums it up: "Scott Cook has distilled his travels down into songs powered by a sharp eye for imagery, a healthy dose of humanity, and that unforgettable voice, that at the same time intones the rigors of the road and the most comfortable couch you have ever slept on."


PATRICK ALEXANDRE & THE F-HOLES ~ Saturday, July 16, tickets $20

DANNY BROOKS ~ Friday, July 22, tickets $20

MICHAEL KAESHAMMER ~ Wednesday-Saturday, July 27-30, tickets $40

BLACK UMFOLOSI ~ Wednesday, August 3, tickets $34

RIDLEY BENT ~ Friday, August 5, tickets $22

Working on dates with:

Martin Harley, Front Porch - Up on Cripple Creek tribute,
Dave Sinclair & Keith Bennett, Brickhouse, the Bills, Birds of Chicago,
Guy Davis, Tri-Continental, Donovan Woods, Russell de Carle Trio,
Chase Padgett: Six Guitars & Nashville Hurricane (two different shows),
The Timewalkers

Tickets will go on sale when we post the dates on the Website  

Tickets must be purchased well in advance Visa & M/C accepted by phone

“We have fallen into the place where everything is music”

- Rumi


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