- Join the Butter and Egg Band as we take our shimmying to Broadway for the first time! It’s all about traditional jazz and blues and breaking at least one resolution. We’ll be playing two sets from 9 pm until 11:30 . The cover is $5, $3 for students.
- VCC’s own:
- Caitlin Toom – Vocals, Percussion
- Michael Coury – Cornet and Trumpet, Percussion
- Will Goede – Soprano and Alto Saxophones
- Cole Tinney – Piano, Hihat
- Marc Lindy – Tubas
Dec 29th. 2011 8:00 PMBrian Poulsen GuitarDavid Spidel BassDave Martone Guitar
Kadabra is lead by Dave Martone, an accomplished guitarist of many styles. Dave has won countless awards for his playing and studied from age 6 with Flamenco master Gary Santucci from Spain. Dave has toured the world with his music both as a front man and musical educator. Dave is backed up with some of the most talented musicians in Vancouver: Brian Poulsen on guitar and David Spidel on Double Bass.
Kadabra’s performance can be tailored from fiery, passionate entertainment to more subtle listening grooves. Their brand of Nouveau Flamenco/Latin is sure to entertain and inspire!
Elaine “Lil’Bit” Shepherd born in Bahrain, began performing at a young age. In 1997 she immigrated to Vancouver BC, Canada with her family, where she continued to develop her musical talents, transferring and blending the sounds of her origins with the West Coast Canadian vibes she met. Blessed with a confident voice and creative ability, Lil’Bit is recognized as “the little girl with the big voice,” as her iconically sweet tone is pleasantly alluring, and draws a listener into her world of dramatic presence and passion.
In high-school, Lil Bit picked up the guitar and piano, expanding her musical expression, while developing her understanding of the structure and mechanics underlying the music she loved. This all strengthened her value in the overall substance of songs, and she began focusing heavily on songwriting, enrolling in music classes in college, and collaborating with fellow musicians who focused on their meaning as much as their sound. These collaborative chances introduced Lil’Bit to the contemporary world of Hip-Hop, Rap and Reggae music.
Lil’Bit’s efforts during the 2009 Junos in Vancouver, B.C. earned her the notice of Carrie Mullings (of iMOK Enterprises)who introduced her to Toronto Reggae scene.
Lil’Bit began seeing regular rotation on community airwaves across Canada, and in June of 2010, Lil’Bit received The Most Promising New Artist Award at the RMAA’s. This award–a milestone in itself–ultimately foreshadowed her acceptance of the most prestigious award in the Canadian Music Industry: in 2011, Lil’ Bit received a Juno for Reggae Recording of the Year, an honour that she received graciously.
Lil’Bit also received two awards at the 2011 WCRMA’s for Best Female Vocalist, and Single of The Year, and was nominated for Best Female Vocalist, Best Reggae Single, and Artist of the Year at the 2011 RMAA’s
Elaine “Lil’Bit” Shepherd’s formal accomplishments speak for themselves, but her voice speaks louder, as she continually evolves as a professionally minded, strong woman, and as a relentlessly passionate artist. Her sound is bold, and her humble frame only exaggerates the beauty her soul speaks, making Lil’Bit a Canadian icon worth following closely.
2011 JUNO WINNER:
BEST REGGAE RECORDING
2011 MMA WINNER:
2010 RMAA WINNER:
MOST PROMISING NEW ARTIST
Presented to you by:
Rebel Vibez Records
Live Vision Mgmt
Krush Kore Conditioning
Anotha Level Ent.
For Bookings & Inquiries Contact:
C.E.O iMOK Enterprises/Rebel Vibez Records
C.E.O Live Vision Macro Management/Get Live Magazine
Since their humble beginnings in 2005, The Sunday Service has quickly become the toast of Vancouver’s alternative comedy scene with their unique blend of improvised theatre.
Kevin Romain is Ringo Starr
Aaron McKinney is John Lennon
Elliot Langford is George Harrison
Jo Hirabayashi is Paul McCartney
Suggested donation: 5 pounds
This wed we’ll have a very special guest! Amazing International Afro-Indian Jazz fusion musician Curtis Andrews.
The Kozmik Zoo opens at 5pm, for dinner and drinks
it used to be the old “Hennesey’s” so the sign outside still says that…