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Spend St. Patty's Day with Time Well Wasted

This Saturday, the Valley’s hottest dance band is going to get your Irish up while you get down to the big sounds of Stevie O’Wonder, Aretha O’Franklin and Edgar O’Winter.

It is, after all, St. Patrick’s Day — the one day of the year when everybody is Irish, right?

With new members, new tunes and a hot new lineup, Time Well Wasted plays the very best of funk, soul, rock, rhythm and blues. An exceptional, horn-driven 12-piece band, Time Well Wasted is fronted by three superb female lead singers. Juno Award winner Sue Medley and recent Valley Idol winner Jacquelyn Block join vocal forces with Charity Munro to create a powerful musical performance.

Time Well Wasted is a high-energy, fun-filled band that can drive the sit-and-listen crowd to get up and dance.

So, while there won’t be any green alligators or long-necked geese, there will be a funking great time this St. Paddy’s Day with Time Well Wasted at the Mex Pub in Courtenay.

Tickets cost $10 at the door.

— Time Well Wasted

 

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