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Event Archive - WCWC benefit show: Melanie Dekker, Slow Nerve Action, Immaculate Machine

Fri. May 3rd 2002 11:00 pm Steamers Pub (No Minors) 11:00 pm
$6
Western Canada Wilderness Committee benefit: Melanie Dekker from Vancouver, Slow Nerve Action from Whistler, and The Immaculate Machine from home sweet Victoria.

Melanie Dekker (Singer/Songwriter)

“At 6:15pm, Singer-Songwriter Melanie Dekker is described as a mix of Sheryl Crow and Jewel. A young, blonde-braided, long haired beautiful woman appears on stage greeted by a fan yelling “Melanie, You Rock!”. The crowd was excited as she cheerfully entertained us with her strong guitar rhythmic fingers. The acoustics sounded great as she... more info

Slow Nerve Action

Slow Nerve Action, now based in Vancouver, were together in the Whistler area for nearly two years. They write their songs collectively, and are (by choice) self-managed. Their influences range from Hendrix to De La Soul to Zappa to Parliament to Medeski, Martin and Wood and Roots Manuva. Slow Nerve Action for the past year have been the biggest dr... more info

Immaculate Machine (indie rock)

next phase, new wave, dance craze, anyways... more info
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