Paul Rodgers and the Insinuendos at Cumberland Hotel

The Comox Valley-based band Paul Rodgers and the Insinuendos will perform this Saturday at the Cumberland Hotel.

The Comox Valley-based band Paul Rodgers and the Insinuendos will perform this Saturday at the Cumberland Hotel.

The band features Paul Rodgers on vocals, Jeff Drummond on guitar, John Hyde on bass and Aaron Amar on drums. The band, formerly called Colourbox, had the audience up and dancing when they paid tribute to the music of Van Morrison as part of the Georgia Straight Jazz Society’s regular Thursday night series in January and they are sure to do so again this coming Saturday.

This Saturday, they’ll put their twist on classic and contemporary funk, jazz, pop and soul tunes starting at 9 p.m. There’s no cover charge.

— Paul Rodgers and the Insinuendos

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