Syndicate of jazz playing
Blaine Dunaway is a studio and live performing musician. Vancouver, Victoria, Edmonton, Seattle, Brandon, the Sunshine Coast, and now Courtenay have been creative places for Blaine in the jazz, blues, folk, country, world music, new age and classical traditions.
From the Tom Banks Band to Hugh Fraser’s Veji, Susan Jacks to Stephen Fearing, Joseph Pepe Danza to Celso Machado, Ferron to Harry Manx, jazz tours of the Canadian festivals and a 14-month dinner theatre show called Teatro Zinzanni in Seattle, conducting orchestras and bands, writing string quartets, teaching privately and classes at the college level, Blaine has done a lot of music.
Violin, chincello, flugelhorn and voice are his instruments.
Anela Kahiamoe is a career performer from Hawaii on guitar, mandolin, ukulele and voice. Decades of performing in show bands in hotels, as well as small groups and solo, has honed his craft to artistic excellence.
They are playing at the Zocalo Café on Oct. 8 at 7 p.m.