Rock hard at the Waverley

Come out Sept. 21 for a night of the Comox Valley’s hardest rock at the Waverley Hotel in Cumberland.

Come out Sept. 21 for a night of the Comox Valley’s hardest rock at the Waverley Hotel in Cumberland.

Music will be supplied by the Lincoln foster Band and Fighting for Yesterday.

The Lincoln Foster Band is Lincoln Foster, guitarist Mike Bush, bassist John Rankin and drummer Jordan Bernard. They rock.

Their music is their own — classic rock-blues-funk-punk — not necessarily in that order. It is a magical relationship that these four men have. They have only been together a short time but have truly been able to create a sound that can be called their own.

Fighting For Yesterday is a band from Courtenay. They are an alternative hard rock band also with their own sound. Super-charged vocals and shredding guitars have the dance floor bumping from beginning to end.

For more on the bands, visit www.lincolnfosterband.com and www.fightingforyesterday.com.

— Cumberland Village Works

 

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