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Event Archive - A Change of Frequency: Combine the Victorious, Pure, Fine Times, Wes Coast, White Ash Falls, Jessica Lee, ByStarlight, La Chinga

Sat. May 11th 2013 - Sat. May 11th 2013 The Columbia Theatre New Westminster BC (All Ages)
8:30pm - 9pm doors at 8:00 pm
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A Change of Frequency music festival for Mental Health Canada. In memory of our friend Todd Simko, A Change of Frequency will be the first live music festival at the venerable Columbia Theatre in NEw Westminster BC this May 10th and 11th.


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Combine the Victorious

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Combine the Victorious formed in Vancouver in 2007, growing from a spirited collaboration between husband and wife: record producer/engineer Mark R Henning, formerly of Pure and Blisterene, and fashion designer Isabelle Dunlop. Already independently successful in their chosen fields, their instinct for collaboration was soon realized on their d... more info

Fine Times

Matthew Moldowan Jeffrey Josiah Powell more info

White Ash Falls

As one of Vancouver’s most sought-after sidemen, there’s no questioning Andy Bishop’s craftsmanship and musical smarts. Just as importantly, he also knows when to trust his instincts, and it’s this balance of precision and spontaneity that shaped the sound of his sophomore album as White Ash Falls, Over the Night. In the couple of years ... more info

Jessica Lee

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Opportunity didn't come knocking for Jessica Lee, it blew the door in. "Basically, two years ago, I was at school at Ottawa U and they were having this YouTube contest to sing with Marianas Trench at Massey Hall in Toronto," she explains. Because her roommate dared her to, Lee entered herself, "kind of as a joke." And then she forgot about it. And... more info


ByStarlight are the sound of right now. With wobbly, cut-time pre choruses and synths shot from lasers found in the depths of outer space, the west coast pop act has landed and announced their intentions to explode onto the planet. Consisting of Rachel Ashmore, Jeff Zipp (whose name alone invokes the age of Bowie-era guitar bravado) and Nigel Crowe... more info