Join us each month in the Killarney Lobby for a musical treat! The program is provided free through funding by the KCC Society. Everyone Welcome!
Saturday, January 7 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Crooked Road are a ceilidh band in Vancouver playing traditional dance tunes and folk songs from England, Ireland, Scotland and elsewhere. Visit their website: www.crookedroadband.ca.
Saturday, January 21 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
We are Iain and Mackenzie and we have been playing music together for about two years. Music has always been an important part of our lives, both apart and together. It all started as a way to escape; shutting ourselves in the basement, gaining a moment away to be creative, and to be ourselves. Our influence comes from an array of different artists and genres, but we relate most with folk stylings.
Leonard from Leonard and the Lab Rats
Saturday, February 4 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Leonard from Leonard and the Lab Rats plays rhythm and blues with soul quenching harmonica , sizzling guitar, solid bass and dynamic drums! Touching on the facets of swing, soul, jazz, rock-a-billy and rock n’ roll. The band features Leonard on harmonica , ukulele, lead vocals. Leonard started singing on the street, after backing many groups on harp. Leonard’s uke harp combo is distinctive and his vocals soulful on delivery.
Saturday, February 18 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Sandy Bone from Sandy Bone and the BreakDown is a long-time stalwart of the Canadian music scene recognized as a gifted singer/songwriter and a charismatic performer who plays guitar, drums and harmonica. This will be a solo performance featuring Sandy on guitar and slide guitar singing soulful blues, country and original compositions.
Saturday, March 4 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Bass player Annie Bailey, along with guitarists Michael Morrison and Terry Hoffman make up Raincity Swing. They’ve been playing together for more than 10 years, beginning as students in the community-based Moveable Music School. Their repertoire includes classic swing tunes from the Great American Songbook and beyond. Raincity Swing plays monthly at the Trout Lake Community Centre, as part of its Music on the Bow series, and the Roundhouse Community Centre. Their constant goals: play
Swing Alone Band
Saturday, March 18 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
The SwingAlong Band is 2 players (saxes, valvetrombone, vocals, trumpet), but sound like a band of 6 people as the computer plays string bass, keyboard, guitar, drums, from their carefully written arrangements. They play and sing Swing Music from the 1920’s – 1970’s, recalling the famous Big Bands era, Broadway Musical, Movies, and Hit Tunes.