TEN TIMES BIGGER comes down from Campbell River to fill the Mex Pub with rocking cover tunes Dec. 29. The trio will take you on a trip through four decades of classic tunes

Ten Times Bigger heading to The Mex

The Mex is proud to introduce one of the Island's premier cover bands Dec. 29.

The Mex is proud to introduce one of the Island’s premier cover bands Dec. 29.

Hailing from Campbell River, Ten Times Bigger is a trip through four decades of classic tunes, showcasing covers from the Beatles to ACDC and everything in between.

This trio of Ray Sharp on guitar, Larry Anderson on bass, and Steve (Ringer) Ring on drums, bring over 70 years of experience to the stage. The high-energy, ultra-tight act is not one to be missed.

— Mex Pub

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