Blaine Dunaway Quintet performs at Elks’

The Blaine Dunaway Quintet is made up of great musicians from the Comox Valley playing original and cutting-edge jazz.

The Blaine Dunaway Quintet is made up of great musicians from the Comox Valley playing original and cutting-edge jazz.

Blaine Dunaway on violin, chincello, and flugelhorn, Sean Mooney on keyboards, John Hyde on string bass, Anela Kahiamoe on guitar, and  Roger Baird on drums.

All of the players have extensive resumes and experience with top jazz and recording artists. This is one of the finest performing groups around.

The Elks’ Hall will be the next performance for the Blaine Dunaway Quintet this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Admission by donations at the door. Please support local artists.

— Blaine Dunaway Quintet

 

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