Saturday, August 02, 2014

Vancouver Fanclub 1st Annual International Blues Music Day

pin"Happiness is a gift and the trick is not to expect it, but to delight in it when it comes.”
–Charles Dickens


I had to let you know about a short notice gig I am playing this weekend if you are in the city. Saturday, August 2nd, 2014 Vancouver Fanclub 1st Annual International Blues Music Day - 1050 Granville Street A blues music fundraiser for the Nighthawk Arts Festival, taking place in Vancouver August 28-31, 2014.
I'll be having a full band for this show and we will be blues rocking the night away! Pat Darcus joins on bass and Sandy Bone on drums with Huggybear Leonard on blues harp and the lovely Alice Fraser on keys.
Early Show
Doors 7pm - Music 7:30
Jerry Doucette
Kathy Frank
James Buddy Rogers
Christine Best

Late Show
Doors 11:00 Music 11:30
Dalannah Gail Bowen
Norine Braun
Honeyboy Wilson
Gerald Charlie & The Blackowl Blues Band

Tickets $12.00 in advance available at
$15.00 at the door

Celebrated in many cities around the world, International Blues Music Day was created to acknowledge "the people's music" and the contribution and influence that it has made in the world of music as well as to the many musicians that pioneered and paved the way with their ground-breaking style.

Join us for this celebration!



Aug 10th Music in the Park Concert Duo at Pacific Spirit Park 3 -4:30 Family All Ages Free event. Walk the west coast trails as Vancouver musicians are featured alongside the path to serenade you.

August 31 DUO 3:30 pm Nikkei National Museum & Cultural CentreNikkei Matsuri Festival 3pm Nikkei Matsuri: Burnaby’s family-friendly Japanese festival in the heart of Metro Vancouver August 30 and 31

 Keep having a wonderful summer!
"Many can learn from Braun’s story. Her vocals are pierced with the passion of a new union, the freedom of glaring death in its ugly black eye, to new beginnings and to disabling grief. In a time when many are afraid to speak of the white elephant in the room, Norine Braun’s gritty lyrics and loving vocals convey hope and inspiration while helping the listener discover the light even if they had not realized they had sought it." Word Krapht - Raven Elenah


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