BARRACUDA

Heart, ZZ Top honoured

On Nov. 8 a powerhouse tribute band double bill hits the Sid Williams Theatre in Courtenay

On Nov. 8 a powerhouse tribute band double bill hits the Sid Williams Theatre in Courtenay.

Barracuda has been raising eyebrows in Western Canada and the Seattle area with their undeniably authentic tribute to the recently added Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Heart.

Donna Caruk and Racheal Chatoor (Ann and Nancy Wilson) flawlessly execute the revered sisters vocals, supported by an all-star band. Barracuda has acquired the endorsement, and have shared the stage with original Heart guitarist Roger Fisher.

LegZZ is a world-class tribute to blues/rock legends ZZ Top that features three veterans of the Vancouver music scene who together portray the “little ol’ band from Texas” in all it’s glory from the early 70’s to the opulent Eliminator era of leopard skin jackets and white fuzzy spinning guitars.

Real Beards, Real Music, Real Show.

For more about the bands, visit  www.barracudahearttribute.com and www.legzz.ca. Both acts have Facebook pages, too.

For tickets and more information, visit www.sidwilliamstheatre.com/tickets or phone 250-338-2430, ext. 1.
— Mur-Man Productions

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