With a career that began humbly at the University of Victoria’s Sub Pub, this band led the live music, independent recording and producing scene in Victoria BC in the 80’s. They become RCA Recording Artists, received rave reviews of live performances along the way and shared stages with Muddy Waters, Joe Cocker, James Cotton, Koko Taylor and Paul Butterfield to name a few, leaving an indelible legacy of 21 recorded tracks that still stand the test of time.
Jk & the Static for one night only on August 2
Eddie Turner August 10 to 16 2015
Alex Zayas August 17 to 23
Grady Champion August 24 to 30.
Brent Johnson & the Call Up September 1 to 6
Sam Spades September 7 to 9
Jimmy and the Sleepers Sept 10 to 12
"...stunningly impressive. Jimmy and the Sleepers (self-titled) is as good as any of the major label releases I've seen this year, and better than most. On the whole though, it's a stunning success: a true blast of Chicago blues that'll impress anyone, from the Windy City to winter Winnipeg and all points around. 4 out of 5"
-Jeremy Loome, Edmonton Sun
Blues Puppy Sept 13 2015
Maurice John Vaughn September 14 to 20.
Fred Brousse & the Blues Party Sept 21 to Sept 27
Krystle Dos Santos October 1 to 4
JW Jones October 5 to 11, 2015
“We booked JW on a support slot for another artist and JW-Jones stole the
show with his opening set, then stayed around to jam with the other band.
Musicianship and showmanship were outstanding! Rapport with the audience
after the show was top notch as well.”
- Terry Sedivy, 21st Saloon / Omaha Blues Society [Omaha, NE]
“Slick guitar playing, beautiful arrangements, and an immediate personable
connection with not only the audience, but also with everyone backstage
made JW-Jones a stand-out at our festival! Gifted artist, and a downright
nice guy. It doesn’t get any better!”
- Bob Halvorsen, Thunder Bay Blues Festival
Boogie Patrol October 27 to October 31