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Sun. December 16th 2007 Sons of Norway (All Ages)
7:30 pm
$5, free for kids & members at the door only.
Presented by: VFMS
Four on the Floor have been cruising the musical highways in and around Victoria for the last two and a half years. The group originated with members Alan Walton, Brian Fraser (also with The Flying Accusations), Rose Birney (of The Chattering Class, and The David Kosub Trio) and Bonnie Diachuk (formerly with Shaky Ground). An excellent addition to the group and riding shotgun, so to speak, is Ed Timmermans, a prolific songwriter and talented guitarist (formerly of The Gold Diggers).

Four on the Floor delivers an eclectic mix of acoustic pop music, from self-penned tunes to cover songs by the likes of Neil Young, The Wailin’ Jennys, The Eagles, and Steve Earle. It’s a whole lot of fun, with each member taking a turn in the driver’s seat, while the others join in on their hallmark harmonies. You may be led down a side road or two, with Ed’s rambling ways but that just makes the journey more interesting. Most of all, Four on the Floor just want to make you smile and enjoy the ride!

The Victoria Folk Music Society
Every Sunday at 7:30 PM
“Norway House”,
1110 Hillside Ave
Victoria, BC
(between Quadra and Cook St.)

Admission: $5.00 on Feature Nights,
$3.00 on All Open Stage Nights;
16 yrs. & under, Free;
VFMS members, volunteers, and performers: No Charge

First Half: 7:30 PM
Open Stage:
sign up with Host and perform a ten-minute-set;

Half-time Break: Tea, coffee and assorted goodies available

Second Half: 9:00 PM
The Feature

Format may occasionally vary

Yearly Memberships
and Monthly Newsletter Available

Information and Messages:
Call our Info line at (250) 413-3213,
email info at or
Mail to: VFMS c/o
Old Town Strings,
539 Pandora Ave.
Victoria, BC V8W 1N5


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Four on the Floor (String Quartet)

Four on the Floor is a string quartet whose focus is on collaborating with bands in recording and live performances. The quartet is unique from your typical string quartet: the members don't rely on charts to perform. They are known for improvising, writing parts on the spot or learning parts by ear. more info
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