Soul-icious Grooves: Latin, blues and funky jazz

Concert on Denman Friday; in Cumberland Saturday

Come, enjoy the sultry vocal stylings of a well loved Vancouver Island artist, Joanna Finch, when she welcomes the illustrious Mexican musician, Cheko Soto, to her friends and fans.

The last two shows of the duo’s fall tour are on Friday, Nov. 27 at the Denman Island Guest House Bistro at 7 p.m. and on Saturday, a house concert at the old Bickle House in Cumberland.

Together, Soul-icious Grooves is a fusion of Caribbean and Latin jazz, swinging blues and funk-rock.

Guest musician Anthony James will be present on Saturday night.

Go to www.joannafinch.ca for directions to the Cumberland house concert.

 

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