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Mid Winter Night's Reverie 2: Transylvanian Polka, The Nervous Breakdowns, Tuck, jump+dash, Jeremy Stewart with Erin Arding, Vonnegut Dollhouse, Evan Symons, The Roothless Mayhem Band

Sat. February 3rd 2007 8:45 - 2:15 doors at 8 Railway Club (No Minors) 8:45 - 2:15 doors at 8
$10.00 at the door only.
Presented by: Step and a Half Multimedia
Come glorify the middle of winter and the 47th anniversary of the day the music died.

The Roothless Mayhem Band 8:45-9:15
Evan Symons 9:25-9:55
Vonnegut Dollhouse 10:10-10:40
Jeremy Stewart with Erin Arding 10:50-11:20
Jump and Dash: 11:30-12:00
Tuck: 12:15-12:45
The Nervous Breakdowns: 12:55-1:25
Transylvanian Polka: 1:35-2:05

The Nervous Breakdowns (Clunk Rock)

songs of depression, degradation and involuntary incarceration... but performed in a peppy way so that everyone can enjoy it. more info

Tuck (indie folk rock)

The music of Tuck is a mish-mash of pleasing sounds that appeals to a wide range of listeners. There are elements of folk, blues, jazz, classical and pop. Influences include Tom Waits, The Beatles and a pile of less well-known artists. It has been described as "grimy, jumpy folk music with a dab of pop." The band shares members with Parlour Step... more info

jump+dash (DIY Pop)

jump+dash is a fantastic band, a band that trancends superficial artifice landing squarely in the relm of delicious pop-hooks, catchy lyrics and fantastic songwriting. more info
Audio: Lazy Boy

Vonnegut Dollhouse (Progressive Space-Rock) more info

Evan Symons (indie rock, acoustic)

Evan Symons is a “One Person Band” and a solo acoustic artist currently residing part-time in both Vancouver and Texada Island, BC. For his “One Person Band” work, Evan currently records all of the instruments including real drums, but in the past has experimented extensively with drum machines. For live performances, he sings and pl... more info
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