Relax with music at Zocalo

For a relaxing musical evening to finish your frantic day of Christmas shopping, join Pamela Tessmann, Jim Stepan and Jan Neuspiel.

SINGER PAMELA TESSMANN and friends will perform this Thursday at the Zocalo Café.

For a relaxing musical evening to finish your frantic day of Christmas shopping, join musicians Pamela Tessmann, Jim Stepan and Jan Neuspiel this Thursday.

They’re playing from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Zocalo Café and Gallery in downtown Courtenay at the intersection of Cliffe Avenue and Fifth Street.

The trio will entertain the Zocalo dinner crowd with a selection of tunes from Pamela’s album, Maybe as well as some new original music, and a selection of holiday favourites.

With a soulful blend of alternative pop stylings, Pamela Tessmann, formerly Keld, is no stranger to the Comox Valley music scene. From toe-tapping tunes to expressive ballads, her lyrics shed an honest and refreshing perspective on life’s lessons.

Pamela brings a vibrant tone to all her vocals and has evoked comparisons to today’s top female artists.

Recently joined by Jim Stepan on percussion and Jan Neuspiel on bass, the trio is sure to put on an enchanting show.

The Zocalo Café has become one of the Comox Valley’s best music venues, with live performances three days a week and an outstanding breakfast, dinner and lunch menu.

— Pamela Tessmann


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