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Event Archive - Mighty Speck Records House Concert Showcase (everyone welcome): James Kasper & The True Vyne, Daniel Francis, Jonny Miller, Adam Bay, Chris Andres , PeaK, Reverie, Kerry Jayne

Sat. May 31st 2014 Victoria House Concert B (All Ages)
8:00pm - 10:30pm doors at 7:30pm
$12 adv . $15 door
Tickets at:, 1726 Stanley Ave, (778) 350-9725
Seats are only $12 in advance/$15 at the door. One can pay me directly at my house most days (1726 Stanley Avenue with warning) or by (payee:

Mighty Speck Records Showcase, featuring Chris Andres, Jonny Miller, and James Kasper.
in addition to special vignette appearances by several other MSR artists.

Fundraiser for the next Mighty Speck Records roster album & MSR t-shirts/merch.

CHRIS ANDRES has been playing professionally since he was fourteen years old.He has recorded three albums with his band Cottonmouth Jones and is currently finishing up on his first solo E.P.Influenced by such artists like Johnny Cash,Townes Van Zandt and Steve Earle Chris’ music is as real and emotionally raw as it gets. Chris contributes to many charitable organizations including Free Tibet, food banks, and he also works with people with special needs. You can find out more about Chris at his website

JONNY MILLER is a old-school songwriter who reaches into his chest and pulls out a handful of raw emotion. Born on Jimi Hendrix, raised on Willie Nelson, and steeped in the soothing vapours of Sam Cooke, Bob Marley, and Dolly Parton, Jonny is a modern incarnation of of the classic folk/pop minstrel. Jonny’s song “Home” was nominated for the Vancouver Island Music Awards “Roots Song of the Year” and has been played on CBC’s All Points West. Jonny brings awareness to the Ancient Forest Alliance (AFA) - a British Columbian organization working to protect the endangered old-growth forests of BC and to ensure sustainable forestry jobs in the province. Jonny was recently signed to Mighty Speck Records and would love to meet you! More info at

JAMES KASPER’s rich, deep, versatile vocals and off-the-rails blues harp are complemented by Larry Burke’s mastery of ambient, ethereal cello. Influences include City and Colour, Keaton Henson, Damien Rice, Glen Hansard, Hayden, Blue Rodeo, and even a little Radiohead. Kasper’s career highlights include opening for the legendary Ray Charles in 1998 (BCTV’s Variety Club Show of Hearts), collaborating and touring with current and former members of Blue Rodeo (Bob Wiseman, Bob Egan), being named “Hardest Working Person in Local Music” by Monday Magazine in 2008, and releasing an award-winning music video for his song “The Gospel.” Exclaim Magazine says: “With the burning wail of his harmonica and his smouldering lyrics, Kasper artfully wrenches empathy from listeners. The noir side adds depth of character and individuality to his music, helping to distinguish him from the thousands of other singer-songwriters in the country roots genre.” Find out more at James brings awareness to Victoria's Mustard Seed Food Bank and Missing Children Society of Canada.

Special guest performances by other Mighty Speck Records artists Reverie, Kerry Jayne, PeaK, Daniel Francis, and Adam Bay.

Mighty Speck Records is proud of its mandate to contribute positively to the local and global community and to empower emerging artists through artist development and youth mentoring. Each artist on the label brings awareness to a charitable organization of their choice.


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