Rocky Mountain Rebel Music returning to the Wav

This band has expanded to include 10 members from across the globe to bring a unique variety of musical experience and expertise.

Rocky Mountain Rebel Music is back with K-Man and the 45′s for a night of non-stop dancin’ March 29 at the Waverley Hotel.

This band has expanded to include 10 members from across the globe to bring a unique variety of musical experience and expertise.

This diverse collective talent accounts for the band’s high-energy and full sound as well as its broad range of musical influences. Charged by reggae, rock, funk, dub, dancehall, punk, and world rhythms, Rocky Mountain Rebel Music delivers an original sound that defies comparison.

Shredding guitars, bubblin’ keys, smooth horns, hand percussion, drums, and heavy bass form the rough and rugged foundation upon which vocals rise and fall like the tide on Vancouver Island’s rocky coast.

With K-Man and the 45′s this promises to be the dance party of the season.

K-Man and the 45s are a ska-reggae band from Montreal. Rocking Ska with a hot horn section, catchy songs, and swagger!

For more about the bands, visit http://rmrm.ca and www.kmanandthe45s.com.

 

Waverley doors open at 9:30 p.m.

For more information, visit www.cumberlandvillageworks.com.

— Cumberland Village Works

Just Posted

Outdoor classroom coming to Huband Park Elementary

The project has been a collaboration of various community groups, says PAC member

Marijuana to be legal in Canada Oct. 17: Trudeau

Prime Minister made the announcement during question period in the House of Commons

Campbell River schools, First Nations preserve traditional tongue

Project uses new technology to promote language to kids

Public to have say about pot

Senate passes Cannabis Act

A talent in the making

Pats consider 16-year-old a leader

In reversal, Trump signs executive order to stop family separation

President had been wrongly insisting he had no choice but to separate families apprehended at border

Trudeau says he can’t imagine Trump damaging U.S. by imposing auto tariffs

New tariffs on Canadian autos entering the U.S. would amount to a self-inflicted wound on the U.S. economy

Black Press Career Fair today in Nanaimo

Dozens of recruiters will be on hand at the Military Camp, located at 709 Nanaimo Lakes Road

B.C. inmate gets 2 years in prison for assault on guard

Union rep said inmate sucker punched correctional officer, continued assault after officer fell

Temperature records broken across B.C., again

The first heat wave of the season went out with a bang across the province

Canada’s first national accessibility law tabled in Ottawa

The introduction of the Accessible Canada Act marked a key step towards greater inclusion

Police chief calls for mass casualty plan in Saskatchewan after Broncos crash

Former Saskatoon police chief Clive Weighill said the office was tasked with creating such a plan 13 years ago but none exists

U.S. schools mum on ties to doc in sex abuse inquiry

A now-dead doctor accused of sexual misconduct acted as a team physician at other universities

Phillies fan injured by flying hot dog

Allegedly the team’s mascot, the Phillie Phanatic, rolled out his hot dog launcher

Most Read