Bates Beach Music Series continues with Swing Street

Little Red Church, Saturday, Jan. 16

Season 3 of the Bates Beach Music Series at the Little Red Church continues Saturday Jan. 16 at 7:30 with a not-to-be-missed performance featuring Swing Street, the six-piece combo that really swings.

The theme is Dancing with Gershwin, Berlin and Bacharach, featuring new takes on great standards.

Perfectly complementing the band will be the fantastic vocals of Ms. Jackie Zbirun as she treats the audience  with her warm and engaging musical presentation.

Band leader Bill Street is a master of the art of “good swing” and an expert in all things jazz both past and present.

Featured on trombone is the talent of Jeff Agopsowicz; on bass is local first call musician Grahame Edward and Michael Eddy will be on piano.

The Bates Beach Farm Music Series is a family friendly venue with a fundraising concession offering tea, coffee, soft beverages and yummy homemade style pies. This year’s concession beneficiary is the Comox Valley Child Development Association. Sunwest RV matches all net profits raised at the concession.

Doors open at 7 performance begins at 7:30. Tickets at the door $12 with advance tickets $10 and available at Bop City Courtenay and Red Carpet Boutique in Comox.


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