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4th Annual Island Music Awards: MONEYSHOT, Another Day Lived, Anne Schaefer, Christine Evans, Hayley Sales, Killing Flaw, Devil You Don't, Barley Wik

Sat. May 14th 2005 7:00pm - 10:00pm Central Bar & Grill (All Ages) 7:00pm - 10:00pm
12 adv / 15 door
Presented by: Kasper
Tickets in advance at A & B Sound (Jazz Desk).
"Live variety show of the year!"

MONEYSHOT (Punk Rock 'n Roll)

Rock 'n Roll Music the way it was meant to be; loud, honest and in your face. Be it all ages or club dates, Moneyshot brings the rock with one of the most energetic shows in the area. Check out the latest album Cowboys & Angels on their website, along with some live vid's from various past shows. more info

Another Day Lived (Hard Rock)

91.3 The Zone's January Band of the Month A 4-piece Hard Rock band from the Saanichton/Brentwood Bay area. Another Day Lived will hit you with their amp blowin' Hard Rock that will leave anyone in the crowd left standing with their rock salute high in the air. The brand new self-titled CD is out now and available for purchase at shows and stores. more info

Anne Schaefer

ANNE SCHAEFER offers up a stunning jazz/folk fusion in promotion of her debut album "Twelve Easy Pieces" that has been heralded as "...simply sultry..." a " of art..." and "...extraordinarily well-crafted and orchestrated...". more info

Hayley Sales

Hayley Sales (born August 31st 1985) spent the first years of her life surrounded by music. She lived inside music, inside the beats, the rhythms and melodies. Her father, Richard Sales, owned and ran GlassWing Recording studios out of the basement of their house. Night and day rap, folk and rock artists from the DC area came to record, their loud ... more info

Barley Wik (Bluegrassy folky jazzy fun)

Barley Wik sing like angels and play an array of acoustic instruments like they sold their souls to the devil. The all-female band reinvents old-time music with an impressive collection of well-crafted original songs that reshape folk and country with a little twist of bluegrass. The band’s name comes from the 15th century term bailiwick, a re... more info
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