Dukes do Canoe

It is appropriate the Dukes of Dodge are playing the Flying Canoe, as they do a lot of seafaring songs.

It is appropriate the Dukes of Dodge are playing the Flying Canoe, as they do a lot of seafaring songs, such as Last Saskatchewan Pirate, Farewell to Nova Scotia.

As well as drinking songs like Time to Switch to Whiskey we been drinking beer all night. So come on down to see your favourite hospital worker, Squeeky Duke, play bass.

Or your favourite baker, Sweety Duke, play electric mandolin. Our lead singer Trashy Duke, aka Captain Thunder Pants belt out his funny originals.

Let’s not forget that handsome drummer, Gooey Duke, keep a beat all night. And our special guest, Anela, otherwise known as Cool Hand Duke.

So come on down as the Dukes are coming to you at the Flying Canoe this Saturday at 8 p.m.

— Dukes of Dodge

 

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Valley’s Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser surpasses fundraising goal

The fundraiser helps raise money and awareness about the issue of homeless.

The time is now: Comox Valley physicians send out message of vigilance

The physicians of the Comox Valley, and other health-care providers are on… Continue reading

Courtenay council grants extension to warming centre

The Connect Warming Centre will continue to operate at 685 Cliffe Ave.… Continue reading

Helping those at risk, one piece of paper at a time through ‘isolation communication’

Simple paper tool during pandemic making its way across Canada thanks to social media.

RCMP looking for missing Campbell River man

Bernard Eberlein was last seen in Campbell River on March 27

‘The Office’ star John Krasinski offers Some Good News in trying times

‘The human spirit still found a way to break through and blow us all away’

Comox Valley grocers going extra mile during coronavirus

We have had numerous requests to post a fluid article directing consumers… Continue reading

Order of Canada Vancouver Island musician pens ‘The Ballad of Bonnie Henry’

Qualicum Beach lawyer and saxaphonist Phil Dwyer notes health officer has become a ‘folk hero’

Canada to spend $2B more on procuring medical supplies for COVID-19 fight

Government has signed deals with three companies

World COVID-19 updates: Putin may be exposed; 30,000 prisoners released

Comprehensive news update from around the world as of Tuesday, March 31.

Canada expands 75% wage subsidy to COVID-19 affected businesses of all sizes: Trudeau

Program will provide up to $847 per week for each worker

‘This is no joke’: B.C. woman in Alberta hospital asks people to stay home during COVID-19

‘I want people to start listening to what the doctors are saying. This is no joke, please stay home’

Rest stops barring washroom access to truckers a ‘huge problem’ as COVID-19 spreads

Teamsters Canada says truckers are increasingly being denied warm meals

Most Read