Miss the ’80s? You’re in luck

XLR8 PROMISES big sound, big lights, big drums and big fun, if not big hair.

The Bridge Lounge presents XLR8 for one night only this Saturday for a flashback to the sounds of the ’80s.

XLR8 is an entertaining rock show that consists of five seasoned musicians with a 14-year history. They insist on audience participation and you never know what surprises they will spring on you!

Mr. D on guitars/vocals is a frontman known for getting the crowd clapping and singing along. Billy Young from Toronto is on lead guitar/vocals.

British-born Johnny B. is an award-winning drummer including a Juno Award with No. 1 hit Roxy Roller with Sweeney Todd. He also played with Nick Gilder, Bryan Adams, Holly Woods and Toronto.

Randy Z is a multi-instrumentalist on bass guitar/vocals, bringing his funky feel to the band. Rick Bossom, well-respected on the music scene, contributes keyboards and vocals to the ever-evolving sound of XLR8.

XLR8 brings their big sound, big lights, big drums, big fun and lots of entertainment, to keep the dance floor full and a party atmosphere to the Bridge. An ’80s rock ‘n roll extravaganza for sure!

XLR8 hits the stage at 9:30 p.m.

For more information, phone the Bridge Lounge at 250-871-7277.

— XLR8

 

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