Starbelly Jam This Weekend! July 20-22 (Friday Night Free For Locals)

Don’t miss the fantastic opportunity to see Friday night’s lineup for free!

Starbelly Jam offers locals (who carry photo id with a residence between Boswell and Riondel) a FREE PASS to the jam for Friday night! 

The show starts at 6pm, with gates opening at 5pm.

Performing on Friday are:

  • The Duvets (A Cover Band). A dozen of your local community members taking turns to crank out tunes to the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, supported by the ever-patient and talented band of Todd Lester, Kenji Fukushima and Zyan Fukushima-Rael, along with some guest musicians… Morgan Rael, Gabo Gonzalez and Donny Clark. Singers are: Paul Hindson, Julia Kinder, Sarah Loeppky, Farley Cursons, Lea Belourt, Ben Johnson, Ali George, Zoe Zaiss-Baetzel, Ryan Davis, Ingrid Baetzel, Kevin McBride and Galadriel Rael. Come out and support your friends and neighbours!
  • Velle and Kootenay Soul: Velle & Kootenay Soul has a powerful and unique sound that is bold and imaginative with influences that span the last 75 years of contemporary popular music. Her music has been described as retro, roots and soul. A bold songstress from the Central Kootenay in British Columbia (Creston, BC), Velle has toured internationally with previous acts. She captivates the audience with her unique voice – silky and velvety, raspy and sultry. With unbridled energy, she commands and transports the audience to the jazz clubs of New York and the back alleys of New Orleans.
  • Heavy Airship: With a thunderous sound, Heavy Airship descends on the Kootenay region of British Columbia like a storm coming in from the Misty Mountain. In just a short time the Nelson-based Led Zeppelin tribute has gained a faithful following in the area and has shared the stage with the likes of Dr. Hook and the legendary BC/DC. Recreating the classic sound of Led Zeppelin, Heavy Airship consists of Craig Thiessen on vocals, Gus Dixon on guitar, Quillan Hanley on bass guitar and Eddie Thomas on drums.
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Ingrid has been the owner and editor of The East Shore Mainstreet newspaper since 2002. She lives and works out of her home in Gray Creek alongside her husband Juergen and children Zoe and Luka.

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