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JUNCTION CREEK HUB

TODAY – August 20, 2013

Jung People (/ˈjʊŋ/yuung): a post-rock group from Calgary, AB. Known for their dynamic blend of drowsy ambience, complex timings and fulminant guitar.

Founded in 2010 by childhood friends Bryan Buss and Jordan Bassi after many punk-rock and metal bands. The music grew to be strongly Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Corporate and Anti-Globalization. Jung People will be displaying an audible display of their Post-rock and Prog sonic efforts.Definitely relatable for fans of melodic, beautiful, instrumental arrangements, especially for the ears of 70’s prog/art rock.

http://jungpeople.bandcamp.com/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dr_5MyGSU5U&list=UUPOxE0W_bjaDJJtgLFIMkgw&index=0&feature=plcp

NEWKEY’S PUB

Tomorrow – Wednesday, August 21:
faye blaisFaye Blais is back on Canadian soil, having spent the winter playing some of Australia and New Zealand’s most popular festivals, and she’s stopping by Nelson for a unique trio performance at the Expressions.This year, she is taking Matt Blackie and Quebec star Tricia Foster with her, adding depth to Faye’s naturally enticing stage presence and captivating performance. Blais‘ songwriting, presence and personality are showcased beautifully through her impressive Indie-Folk style, on acoustic and electric guitars, and keys. Detailed as “continuing the thread started by Joni, picked up by Ani and fashioned by Feist”

Check out Faye Blais at her website:
www.fayeblais.com

Friday, Aug 23:
August222006JA 003The Rio Samaya band
Pancho and Sal are based in Vancouver, Canada.Born in San Jorge, Argentina, Pancho wrote poems from a young age.  He moved to Europe to follow his dreams of playing the guitar and sharing his songs with the world.  After touring in many countries, he became a troubadour style musician in the 80’s in Sweden.Playing with Gypsies in the South of France, he learned rumbas and flamenco.   His compositions reflect these influences of flamenco and other folk rhythms. After years of exchange with other musicians, his original music has a wide diversity of styles.

Sal, who was born in England and raised in Canada, met Pancho in Cuzco, Peru, and from then on together as a family and musical duo have established a name for themselves. Sal compliments the music with her vocals, accordion, shakers, chachas, bombo and guitar.

They have a unique poetic style of translating simultaneously  from Spanish to English.

You can enjoy Pancho and Sal at Folk Festivals, Community Centers, schools, restaurants, dance shows, concerts in the parks and numerous other events.

The exciting news is they have created “The Rio Samaya Band”, with the concept and project to tour the world like a duo and build up the band joining with local musicians using the Rio Samaya Band signature.  Rio Samaya Band has already debuted with incredibly talented musicians in Beijing, Tunisia and most recently in their home town, Vancouver.

Pancho and Sal (Rio and Samaya) are ready to go anywhere in the world to play for you………Watch YouTube videos:www.panchoandsal.com

Saturday, Aug 24:
222499_217428738387939_1676666696_nEast Shore’s very own – Llama!
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Ingrid has been the owner and editor of The East Shore Mainstreet newspaper for more than twelve years now. She lives in Gray Creek, BC, with her husband Juergen and children Zoe and Luka.

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