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Event Archive - Leopalooza: Rhonda Aikin, Glenn Taylor, Deb Rhymer (Hunt), Don Peterson, Ross Damude, Rick Renouf, Ed Cliffe

Fri. August 10th 2018 V-lounge (No Minors)
8:30pm - 12.00 doors at 8:00pm
$5.00 at the door only.
So many birthdays in August so let's have a Leo party!

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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

Deb Rhymer (Hunt)

Deb Rhymer was born and raised in Victoria making her vocalist debut at age 17 with the rock group “Hostage”. In 1997 she was singing with a band “No Fixed Address” and her love of the blues began! Known for a dynamic voice and unique bluesy style, Deb has had the opportunity to work with some of Victoria's best musicians and is one of the ... more info
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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

Ross Damude "Rude" (Guitarist Producer Songwriter)

I've been playing guitar for some 40 years. My professional career began in Victoria, BC, during the 1970's, a very fruitful period in that city’s music scene, playing with Jacob, Slam, Cold Sweat (with current Uriah Heep singer Bernie Shaw), and the now legendary Holy Smoke. I then spent many years in Vancouver as a band member, (Handley Page, B... more info
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Ed Cliffe (Rock)

Picture taken at Oly's Cabaret in the Olympic Hotel Victoria B.C. with the band Tyrro. Growing up as a kid in Victoria, Ed Cliffe wanted to play drums. But to be enrolled in drum lessons was no free ride as his parents agreed to the choice, if he paid a portion if not most of the cost himself. That developed his musical abilities and an early ap... more info