Joe’s Garage on Fifth is playing host to the unique music styles of the Treble Twins and holding a recording session this Thursday at 8:30 p.m.
Sam Lennox and Mary Lynn DesRoches have been sharing their music for 20 years. They started with a common love of Celtic music and eventually joined with other musicians to form the local band Claggy Boots, which played a variety of music.
Sam comes from England and plays a variety of instruments including guitar, flute, clarinet and penny whistle. He enjoys playing a selection of the British Invasion standards as well as some of his own writings.
Mary Lynn hails from PEI and is an accomplished accordionist and singer. Her playing adds an interesting flavor to their musical repertoire. In the past few months they evolved into the Treble Twins.
This evolution of their music has become a very eclectic variety of sounds from Eastern Europe, Britain, North America, plus flavors of India, Africa and South America. Be prepared to be taken emotionally from the haunting Celtic laments to lively polkas and jigs to the hilarious parody of The Zombies Jamboree.
The kitchen opens at 6:30 for dinner. The show and recording session start at 8:30. Ensure your seat and come to eat. There will be a small cover of $5 for those attending the show only. Please call to reserve.
For more, call Milo at Joe’s Garage at 250-702-6456.
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