Comox Valley Record

Weekend of music for Pacific Disturbance

Pacific Disturbance has been one of the Valley's longest-running bands (1996 to 2012) thanks to its humble creator Jerry (Lazer) Leet.

"On Friday, Feb. 17, the band lost the glue that  holds it together with the passing of Jerry, due to cancer," says bandmate Steve Inglis.

The band invites you to the Mex Pub on March 2 and 3 for a weekend of music that Jerry arranged, wanting the band to play even if he couldn't.

"It's not Pacific Disturbance without Jerry there, but the boys promise to do the classics, knowing he'll be watching in spirit,"  Inglis adds.

— Pacific Disturbance

 

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