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Sweet Heart Swirl: Uncle Wigglys Hot Shoes Blues Band, Don Peterson, Rhonda Aikin, Mark Comerford, Andy Graffiti, Brent Hutchinson, Dave Rowse, Norm Piercy, Hank Leonhardt

Sat. February 13th 2016 8:00pm doors at 7:30pm Tally Ho Sports Bar and Grill (No Minors) 8:00pm doors at 7:30pm
$15 Advance
Tally-Ho Sports Bar & Grill Presents:

Uncle Wiggly's Sweet Heart Swirl

Uncle Wiggly's Hot Shoes Blues Band
With special guests Rhonda Aikin & Don Peterson

At Tally-Ho Sports Bar & Grill
Saturday, February 13th, 2016

Doors open at 7:00 PM
Tickets are $15.00 Advance & $20 @ Door

Tickets are available at Tally-Ho Sports Bar & Grill or Lyles Place

Uncle Wiggly Hot Shoes Blues Band has perfected the sound of boogie blues and swing music, making an unforgettable sound. The show will consist of a collection of original songs and specials guests Don Peterson and Rhonda Aiken of The Push Band. Packing the dance floor wherever they play, this band will make you boogie like you had never before.

Also Silent auction Fund Raiser for new Uncle Wiggly's CD Project

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Uncle Wigglys Hot Shoes Blues Band

With a career that began humbly at a University of Victoria Sub Pub, this band led the live music, independent recording and producing scene in Victoria BC in the 80’s. They became RCA recording Artists, received rave reviews of live performances along the way and shared stages with Paul Butterfield, Joe Cocker, Stevie Ray Vaughan and the great M... more info

Don Peterson (All Styles)

Arriving in Victoria in 1967, Don Peterson began playing initially with his brother’s guitar and it wasn’t long after his mother enrolled him in lessons at Art Hall’s on Cook Street. He connected with his neighbor Lloyd Haskell who played guitar and they would venture downtown to visit club’s like the Blacklight A GoGo on Wharf St. and othe... more info

Rhonda Aikin

Rhonda Aikin comes from a very musical family and has been singing from childhood, professionally since her teens. She comes by her talent naturally with sisters that all sang, a father who was a well respected Western Canadian jazz guitarist and even an uncle was a staff guitarist for the C.B.C. in Toronto, playing regularly with Oscar Peterson. R... more info

Mark Comerford "West Coast Comerford" (Blues)

Blues guitar players especially Hubert Sumlin and the Kings are my main influences. Recently I have appeared with Mckinley Wolf, Lazy Mike And The Rockin Recliners, Uncle Wiggly's Hot Shoes Blues Band, and The West Coast Blues Doctors more info

Hank Leonhardt

Started his Musical career in High School in 1965 . His first first band was from Edmonton and was called The Wayne Williams Band, they rehearsed for 3 months then did one gig and never got paid the promoter. In the same year 1965 moved to Seattle to go to Art School at the Burnley School of Professional Art. While at Art School he sang with a band... more info
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