Buie playing at Joe’s

Vancouver-based guitarist, singer and songwriter Jason Buie wlll perform live at Joe's Garage on June 23.

Vancouver-based guitarist, singer and songwriter Jason Buie wlll perform live at Joe’s Garage on June 23.

Since the age of 16 he has honed his skill as a premium blues performer. Over the Past 14 years he has been playing throughout Canada, the USA and Japan. Along the way he has shared the stage with such artists as blues legend Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal, former Rolling Stone Mick Taylor, The Jeff Healey Band, John Mayall, The Powder Blues Band, Big Dave Mclean, Jimmy D. Lane, Wild T, Johnny Ferriera and Jerry Doucette. With the release of his critically acclaimed CD Urban Blues his profile continues to grow. Buie’s second CD Live at The Blue Gator was released in 2009.

Buie was born and raised in Victoria. As an adolescent he explored the roots of American blues along with other forms of music that spawned from it. Growing up in an artistic home, Buie had the freedom to explore his passion and talent. His love for the blues really blossomed when he witnessed Albert Collins in concert at 15 years old.

Buie has taken his influences and sculpted them into a style of his own. His music remains a well-seasoned gumbo of blues, funk, rock and soul with influences that originate in the southern states and inner cities of America. Buie’s from the heart vocals and fiery guitar work combined with a charismatic stage presence have caused listeners and critics to take notice. His passion and honesty always comes through in his live shows.

Tickets for his June 23 are limited. They are available at Bop City for an advanced price of $15 or $20 at the door.

Joe’s Garage is a restaurant venue with limited. Seating for dinner starts at 7:30 with the show starting at 9:30 p.m. It is advised to pre-book for dinner and assure your seating in advance.

Book your dinner reservations at milo@joeson5th.ca or call 250-702- 6456 for information.

 

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