Music to tickle the funnybone

Kenny Shaw and Brian Temple are on a mission to prove to the world that you can “make it” at the age of 60.

Kenny Shaw and Brian Temple are on a mission to prove to the world that you can “make it” at the age of 60.

With a ton of talent and a load of experience between the two of them, they are plotting to make a video of their fabulous comedy/music show, which is all about the ’60s, “when rock and roll was fun.”

The irony is that they already have successful careers under their belts, with Shaw having been inducted into the BC Country Music Hall of Fame, and Temple having toured with CBS’s Hudson Brothers.

Their lists of accolades go on to much more, including Canadian Forces Show Tours, cruise ships and international stages in Las Vegas and beyond.

Since they combined their energy and song lists, they have been packing in the happy crowds at country clubs, casinos, and fairs with their duo show for almost three years, and now are marketing their ’60s show the modern way, on the Internet and TV.

They invite you to join them this Saturday at Studio Live in Cumberland to be in the studio audience for the video recording session. Tickets are $20 and are available at Bop City Records in Courtenay, or by calling 250-339-7431.

There are ’60s-style prizes to be won during the show, and some non-alcoholic refreshments will be available. Showtime is 8 p.m.

Kenny and Brian are insisting that this will be a new experience for some being in a recording environment, and an exceptionally good time for everybody.

Studio Live is located at 2679 Beaufort Ave. on the corner of First  Street in Cumberland.

— Kenny Shaw and Brian Temple



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