Artist converge for night of music

Some of Canada's most talented artists will perform March 14 the venue formerly known as Joe's Garage.

Some of Canada’s most talented artists will perform March 14 the venue formerly known as Joe’s Garage.

Joey Wright is a phenomenal musician — acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin. Dan Whiteley might be the best mandolin player you’re ever gonna hear. Sam Allison will play standup bass.

Carolyn Mark — boozy chanteuse and reigning Queen of Vancouver Island — will open the night with her unique wit, with Dennis Siemens on the barely upright bass.

Tickets must be purchased in advance at Bop City. This show is sponsored by the Comox Valley Arts Council. For details, phone 250-702-6456.

— Milo Yakibchuk

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