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Event Archive - Fire Relief Benefit Show - Outdoors- ALL AGES: Next Of Kin, Honeygirl, Jay Dunphy, Johnny Action Figure, The Ecclestons

Sun. September 21st 2003 - Sun. September 21st 2003 @  Durrance School on West Saanich Rd. *ALL AGES* (All Ages)
1:00 pm - 7:00 PM
Join a dazzling array of local talent as they lend their voices to help the victims of the devasating forest fires in the Okanagan Valley. The shows is outdoors and ALL AGES, with admission by donation. The show runs from 1pm-7pm. What else are you going to do on a Sunday night?? See you there!


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Next Of Kin (Rock)

With their catchy, up-tempo rock songs that plant themselves firmly in your unconscious, Next of Kin is a band not soon forgotten. Hailing from Victoria, BC, Next of Kin released their self-titled debut CD in February 2004. Powered by the two-guitar attack of Ian Dunbar and Arlie Manchur, the driving bass of Alicia Bate and the energized drumming... more info
Articles: Focus by Brad Nugent March 1967

Honeygirl (mixing folk/pop/funk/celtic/ traditional/)

Sizzling stage presence, with chilling harmonies "Three-part harmonies and masterful instrumentals whisk the listener through the songs, leaving them always wanting more, more, more! This is a real opportunity to catch up-and-coming stars at the very beginning." - Sunshine Folkfest more info

Jay Dunphy (Folk-Rock)

A hard working singer/songwriter. Comparable to the likes of Wilco, Bright Eyes, Stever Earle and The Band. Jay Dunphy has toured Canada quite extensively the last 5 years, releasing 2 albums and hitting the Top 20 most played local album College chart for the year of 2005. (see CFUV Charts). Jay has been working on his new recording, "Dedict... more info

Johnny Action Figure

"An amazing live show." Arangements that will catch your ear and stay in your head, and vocals that will touch your soul. Known best for their unforgettable tunes and energetic live shows. "Trust Us..... We're Super Heroes" more info

The Ecclestons (Full Contact Folk)

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‘Full Contact Folk’ best describes what The Ecclestons bring to the stage. After fourteen years together as a band touring all over Western Canada and the US, siblings Colleen (guitar and vocals) Kelt (bass, penny whistle, and vocals) and adopted brother Greg Madill (bouzouki, mandolin, bodhran and vocals) have been busy doing their solo pr... more info