Flat Nine at Downtown Social Club

Saturday, Dec. 27 at 8 p.m.

Flat Nine

Comox Valley’s own, Flat Nine, will be performing at The Downtown Social Club on Saturday, Dec. 27 at 8 p.m. Flat Nine is a blues, R&B, jazz, soul group that has been performing together since 2008. They will be joined by guitarist Adam Dobres in addition to another special guest.

At Flat Nine’s core are: Siobhan Walsh on lead vocals, Eirah Unger on vocals and keyboards, Graham Shonwise on bass and saxophone and Michael Nye on drums.

The group draws from many genres and artists including the works of Sting, Stevie Wonder, Steely Dan, Bonnie Raitt, James Taylor, Leonard Cohen and Sam Cooke to name a few.

View Flat Nine’s website: www.flatninegroup.com

The Downtown Social Club is a private venue in the heart of Courtenay. The ticket price of $20/person is payable at the door on Dec. 27. For more information on the show or to reserve a seat, please contact: info@downtownsocialclub.ca.

 

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