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Fiddling helping Japanese

The Black Swan Fiddlers will be fiddling to raise money for the Japanese earthquake relief effort at the Zocalo Café on Thursday, March 31 starting at 7:30 p.m.
Artistic helpers no fools

Artistic helpers no fools

Despite the name, the Victoria-based, high-octane band Ballgag ’n’ Chain Gang is far more buoyant (and at times flamboyant) than restrained.

Ghetto Funk at the Mex

The Ghetto Funk Tour comes to the Mex Pub this Saturday.
Rock legend booked

Rock legend booked

Possibly more than anyone on the planet, David Crosby has lived a life that is emblematic of his generation’s dizzying journey — an agrarian ride through exhilarating highs and soul-crushing lows on the paths of creative expression, political activism, personal growth and spiritual self-discovery.

Revolution soundtrack in film

World Community is hosting a Best of Fest screening of Soundtrack for a Revolution on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College.World Community is hosting a Best of Fest screening of Soundtrack for a Revolution on Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College.
Quintet supporting Sierra

Quintet supporting Sierra

Courtenay musicians Granville Airton, Steve and Viv Ruskin, Scott Lyle and Lainie Laughlin perform as 5Play, a fun-loving band with an eclectic repertoire.

She captivates with singing

Jazzy singer songwriter Flora Ware is coming to Joe's Garage in Courtenay on April 21.

Herd will be heard

Head of the Herd are doing a West Coast British Columbia Three Chapter Tour that will see them play Vancouver, Courtenay, and Whistler.
Puppetry, mythology from Flying Foxes

Puppetry, mythology from Flying Foxes

Original rock operas, old-style crooning and a killer brass section — the Flying Foxes deliver flamboyant pop epics and gritty gypsy folk.
Tango Queen in Courtenay

Tango Queen in Courtenay

The Queen of Tango, Linda Lee Thomas, is the next guest of the Comox Valley Piano Society when she performs April 1.