So delighted to be a part of this night alongside the incredible Stephen Fearing, Gabriel Dubreuil, and The Honkey Tonk Dilletantes. The Rogue Folk has done incredible things for the Vancouver music scene and they need our help right now. The evening will host a very special Silent Auction - get your Christmas shopping done early!!
Honoured to have 'Go Home' be on the next Bitch Tapes Mixtape.
Come celebrate the second edition of the Bitch Tapes Mixtape!
This show is a fundraiser show, with proceeds going to the Downtown Eastside Women's Shelter.
Bitch Tapes is a bi-annual mix tape cassette featuring female-identifying artists from the Pacific Northwest.
Marin Patenaude https://marinpatenaudeandthefollowthrough.bandcamp.com/releases
Hannah Hall https://hannahhall.bandcamp.com/
Elisa Thorn's Hue https://elisathorn.bandcamp.com/album/hue
Doors at 8:30
Music at 9:00
$10 at the door, includes copy of cassette and download code
Richard Inman, one of the Praries' most gifted and hardest working songwriters, is back in Vancouver at Hobo Woodworks. This time we are fortunate to have one of BC's most soulful songwriters, Marin Patenaude, supporting. Ben Arsenault will open the night with a few tunes. Early 8:30pm start for music because it's a Monday. $10 at the door.
Sawdust Collector is a weekly concert series taking place on Tuesday nights at The Gold Saucer, curated by Barbara Adler, Cole Schmidt, James Meger and guests.
The second instalment of a three part New Works Series featuring new music by:
Barbara Adler & Ron Samworth
Marin Patenaude & Cole Schmidt
w/ a rotating 3rd guest
Doors at 9:00pm, Music at 9:30pm, two sets, $5 - $10, no one will be turned away for lack of funds, cash only!
#211 - 207 West Hastings (Hastings & Cambie, above Nuba), instructions for entrance will be posted on the front door the night of the show.
We're back with the next instalment of our ongoing duet project, sharing the love we have for classic country harmonies and vintage songwriting. Backed by a killer band of some of the best musicians and friends, spilling off the stage at the best local music hang east of Main Street.
This time around the centrepiece of the night will be Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton’s second record “Just The Two Of Us”, played in its entirety front to back.
This out-of-print LP from 1968 featured a few songs that went on to become favourites of the Porter & Dolly catalogue, but the lesser-known and completely forgotten tracks hold some really nice discoveries we think you might enjoy as much as we did unearthing them.
And if that's not enough, it's fair to say this'll be the only opportunity this month to hear a doleful monologue about the children dying some awful fateful death while a pedal steel sighs in the background.
Once again it’s a hot band, so much fun to play together - the special expanded East Van Country Band including Kathleen Nisbet on fiddle, Patrick Metzger bass, Scott Smith pedal steel, Barry Mirochnick drums, plus more.