THEIR 10TH YEAR will be celebrated by Flying Debris with a performance this Saturday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Zocalo Café and Gallery.
Flying Debris is looking forward to their 10th year of flying around the Comox Valley entertaining folks with their unique blend of music.
The band, which performs this Saturday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Zocalo Café and Gallery, features four of its members on lead vocals and harmonies.
Jim Hunter croons his own creative tunes that blend hints of Tony Bennett to the Cure. Mathew Nicol presents his upbeat and humorous, sometimes-reflective songs and revs things up with his popular Beatles and Stones numbers.
Steve Ellis has now jumped into a lead singing role with some solid and upbeat soulful blues. Stevie (the Senator) Smith sings a variety of country to reggae tunes to round out a fun evening of entertainment.
Musically, the blend of this five-piece band creates a solid groove with Gee Funk on drums working in tight with the energetic and gutsy bass of Steve Ellis. Mathew Nicol pulls out all the stops on the keys, pouring out his years of experience into blending sounds with Jimmy Hunter’s guitar and Stevie Smith’s flying harmonica.
Flying Debris works a blend of musical variety that has been inspired by jazz, blues, country and good old rock and roll. They have played all around the Valley from Denman to Reed Island and toured in the West Kootenays.
— Flying Debris