Baby Jane coming to the Island

Vancouver band Baby Jane makes its return this coming weekend.

After a multi-year absence from Valley venues, Vancouver band Baby Jane makes its return this coming weekend.  Baby Jane is arguably Vancouver’s busiest dance band, playing venues all over the province each year.

Hosted by The Mex Pub, the band plays May 23 and May 24 with a 9:30 p.m. start.

Baby Jane was founded by vocalist and songwriter Shelley Beeston and guitarist and producer Robert Pegg 16 years ago and with this longevity, the band could also be the big city’s most popular cover band.

Rod Stewart, Prince, U2 and David Bowie are some of the Baby Jane staples, joined by new songs from Arctic Monkeys, Serena Ryder, Metric and Kings of Leon to name a few.

There is no cover both nights. For more info, surf to or call 250-703-9573.

— Baby Jane


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