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Event Archive - John Hollenbeck's Claudia Quintet featuring: John Hollenbeck, Chris Speed, Ted Reichmann, Matt Moran, Drew Gress, Eye Of Newt, Eye Of Newt, Eye Of Newt

Fri. October 31st 2003 8:00 pm @  St. James Community Hall (All Ages) 8:00 pm
$19+
Presented by: Zula Productions
CONCERT LISTINGS

THIS WEEK
Jolie Holland
Corbin Murdoch And The Nautical Miles
Carolyn Dawn Johnson/Keith Urban
Dr. Lonnie Smith
Phaser
Strung Out
Taiwanese Cultural Festival
Fergie
Disorientation 2003
"Call Peace" Concert
Swingin' Utters/Youth Brigade
Westcoast Women In Rhyme
Slim's Harmonica Benefit
Latin Explosion 2003
Central City Jazz And Blues Festival
The Tea Party
Big Sugar
Rising @ The Railway 9
CITR Shindig!
Social Distortion
Eliza Gilkyson
Sweet Basil Jazz Festival
The Weakerthans
A Northern Chorus
Theory Of A Dead Man
Broken Saints Wrap Party
Digital Guise
Seven
Candye Kane
UPCOMING HIGHLIGHTS
In Harmony Music Festival
Renee Rosnes
Modest Mouse
Chris Isaak
Burning Spear & His Burning Band
The Listening Room 2003
Atmosphere
No Use For A Name
The White Stripes
Buck 65
Luther Wright & The Wrongs
Mike Zachernuk Quartet
Ron Sexsmith
Me & We
Fifth Annual West Coast Guitar Night
Taikophony
Wayne Horvitz & Sweeter Than The Day
Evan Dando
Tommy Castro/Coco Montoya
Def Leppard
Remember Shakti
Finger Eleven
Calexico
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
Rooney
Manitoba
Mogwai
White-Out Party
Jeff Healey's Jazz Wizards
The Kills
Blue Rodeo
Koko Taylor & Her Blues Machine
Kings Of Leon
Emmylou Harris & Spyboy
Godsmack
Ween
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Queens Of The Stone Age
Billy Idol
Steve Earle & The Dukes
G3
JUST ANNOUNCED
Shindig!
Poured Beer
CITR Shindig!
David Gogo
Cobra: Vancouver Operations
Todd Taylor & The New Vehicle
Carlos Del Junco
Double Duo--2 X 2
Lisa Allemano Four
54-40
Verve Remixed 2 Tour
Howie Day
Ab Baars 3 + 3
Brad Shepik Trio
Sam Roberts
John Hollenbeck's Claudia Quintet
Terence Blanchard
Jagermeister Music Tour
The Vagrant Tour
OUT OF TOWN
Oscar Peterson Quartet
The Doobie Brothers
Ragefest
The Subdued Stringband Jamboree
Fountains Of Wayne
"Weird Al" Yankovic
Summer Sounds Festival
Jimmy Buffett
Unlimited Sunshine Tour
ZZ Top
The B-52's
Rubbing Elbows With Ian Anderson
The Allman Brothers Band
The Dead
Great White
Evanescence
Dick Dale
Wicked Wonka Tour
Leon Russell
'70s Soul Jam
Yonder Mountain String Band/Hot Tuna
Roy Clark







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JOLIE HOLLAND Former member of the Be Good Tanyas plays tunes from debut solo CD, Catalpa, with guest MC Avery. Sept. 4, 10 pm, Sugar Refinery (1131 Granville). Tix $6 at the door, info 604-331-1184.
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CORBIN MURDOCH AND THE NAUTICAL MILES Local folk band performs at a release party for debut CD, You and Your Landscape, with guests the Dept. Sept. 4, 8 pm, ANZA Club (3 W. 8th). Tix $5 at the door, info 604-876-7128.
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CAROLYN DAWN JOHNSON/KEITH URBAN Double-bill of country artists from Canada and Australia, with guest Jimmy Rankin. Sept. 5, Orpheum Theatre. Tix at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444 (tix for postponed date of Feb. 17 will be honoured at the door).
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DR. LONNIE SMITH Hammond B3 organ legend performs with local jazz-funk band Crash. Sept. 5-6, 8:30 & 10:15 pm, the Cellar (3611 W. Broadway). Tix $20 ($30 for both sets), info 604-738-1959.
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PHASER Emperor Norton recording artists from Washington, D.C. Sept. 5, Piccadilly Pub (622 W. Pender). Tix $10 (plus service charge) at Zulu, Scratch, Red Cat, and Highlife Records, info 604-682-3221.
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STRUNG OUT American power-punk quintet, with guests Eighteen Visions and A Static Lullaby. Sept. 5, 7 pm, Croatian Cultural Centre (3250 Commercial). Tix $18.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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TAIWANESE CULTURAL FESTIVAL Featuring performances by solo percussionist Aiyun Hang, drum group Uzume Taiko, and the Taiwan Brass Quintet, plus songbird cabaret with Colin Macdonald, Gabriel Alden, Lan Tung, and Ya-wen Vivienne Wang. Sept. 5-7, Plaza of Nations (750 Pacific Blvd.). Tix and info 604-267-0901, http://www.canadatcf.com/.
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FERGIE BBC Radio host and hard techno/trance DJ from the U.K., with local guests Kyle Nordman and Rev. Sept. 5, doors 11 pm, Sonar (66 Water St.). Tix $12 (plus service charge) at Boomtown, Zulu, and Bassix, info http://www.goldclubseries.ca/.
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DISORIENTATION 2003 Outdoor bash featuring headliners the Tea Party from Toronto, plus Holly McNarland, Stabilo Boss, Rumours, and Whitey. Sept. 5, 5 pm, University College of the Fraser Valley (33488 King Road, Abbotsford). Tix $20 at the gate only, info 604-541-1928, http://www.rockitboy.com/.
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"CALL PEACE" CONCERT Sounds & Furies Productions presents drummer, poet, and vocalist Ubaka Hill and the Drumsong Orchestra. Sept. 6, 8 pm, Vancouver East Cultural Centre (1895 Venables). Info http://www.soundsandfuries.com/.
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SWINGIN' UTTERS/YOUTH BRIGADE Punk-rock double bill. Sept. 6, doors 7 pm, Richard's on Richards (1036 Richards). Tix $14 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Zulu, Scratch, and Noize! Records.
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WESTCOAST WOMEN IN RHYME In Tha Chamber Entertainment presents a CD-release party, featuring performances by Ndidi Cascade, Shankhini, Coco Love Alcorn, Kia Kadiri, Jessica May, Rusheen, Chena Finess, and Dee One. Sept. 6, 8 pm, Purple Onion (15 Water St.). Tix $3 at the door, info 604-681-7930, http://www.inthachamber.com/.
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SLIM'S HARMONICA BENEFIT The Mud Bay Blues Band performs at a fundraiser to help harmonica player Mud Bay Slim replace the blues harps stolen from his Cloverdale home on June 8, 2003. Sept. 6, Royal Canadian Legion #240 (2643 128th St., Surrey). Tix $10, info 604-535-1043.
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LATIN EXPLOSION 2003 Featuring performances by Ache Brasil, Expresion Latina, and Mariachi Band. Sept. 6, doors 8 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix $26 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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CENTRAL CITY JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL Featuring performances by the Dylan Cramer Quartet (11 am), Harry Manx (noon), Sekoya (1 pm), Dr. Lonnie Smith with Crash (2 pm), Spacious Couch (3 pm), Gary Comeau and the Voodoo Allstars (4 pm), Michael Kaeshammer Trio (5 pm), Les is More (6 pm), and Rumba Calzada (7 pm). Sept. 7, Central City Civic Plaza (102nd Ave. & King George Hwy., Surrey). Free admission, info 604-662-4144, http://www.turnermusic.com/.
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THE TEA PARTY Toronto power-trio, featuring singer-guitarist Jeff Martin. Sept. 7, 9 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix $27.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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BIG SUGAR Blues-rockers from Toronto, with guests Danko Jones and Shocore. Sept. 8, doors 8 pm, Ozone (7300 King George Hwy., Surrey). Tix $12 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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RISING @ THE RAILWAY 9 Tamara Nile hosts performances by Steve Elliott & Lucie Walker, Ora Cogan, and Sam Shoicet. Sept. 8, 9:30 pm, Railway Club (579 Dunsmuir). Tix $7 ($5 members), info 604-251-1269.
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CITR SHINDIG! CITR Radio's annual battle of the bands features performances by Fiction, the First Day, and Letter to Grace. Sept. 9, Railway Club (579 Dunsmuir). Info 604-681-1625.
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SOCIAL DISTORTION Guitar-rockers from Orange County, California ("Bad Luck"), featuring guitarist-vocalist Mike Ness, with guests the Hangmen. Sept. 10, 9 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix $35 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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ELIZA GILKYSON The Rogue Folk Club presents Texas singer-songwriter. Sept. 10, 8 pm, WISE Hall (1882 Adanac). Tix $18/15, info 604-736-3022.
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SWEET BASIL JAZZ FESTIVAL Featuring performances by Mark Murphy, François Bourassa, Chuck Israels & Miles Black, Ménage à Trois Jazz Divas (Kate Hammett-Vaughan, Jennifer Scott, and Karin Plato), Trumpet Kings, Fantazea, Pepe & El Sur, Mother of Pearl, and Tango Paradiso. Sept. 10-19 at various Vancouver venues. Info http://www.sweetbasiljazz.com/.
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THE WEAKERTHANS Rockers from Winnipeg play an all-ages show, with guests Billy the Kid & the Lost Boys and the Robo-Sexuals. Sept. 10, 6:30 pm, Mesa Luna. Tix $15 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Zulu and Scratch Records.
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A NORTHERN CHORUS Sonic Unyon recording artists from Hamilton, Ontario, with local guests Hinterland. Sept. 11, Sugar Refinery (1115 Granville). Info 604-331-1184.
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THEORY OF A DEAD MAN Rock.It Boy Entertainment presents local hard-rockers ("Invisible Man"), featuring singer-guitarist Tyler Connolly. Sept. 11, City Limits Cabaret (33720 South Fraser Way, Abbotsford). Tix $22.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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BROKEN SAINTS WRAP PARTY Featuring performances by local rock bands Claim the World, Crowned King, Masefield, and Perfect Strangers. Sept. 11, 8 pm, Purple Onion (15 Water St.). Tix $10, info http://www.brokensaints.com/.
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DIGITAL GUISE MIDI orchestra comprising Douglas College instructor Robert Caldwell, Joel Noftle, and Nick Apivor plays music from the movies. Sept. 11, 12:30 pm, Douglas College Performing Arts Theatre (700 Royal Ave., New West.). Free admission, info 604-527-5495.
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SEVEN Jazz vocalist Alita Dupray performs at a dinner-concert to benefit the B.C. Professional Fire Fighters' Burn Fund. Sept. 11, 7 pm, Moose's Restaurant Down Under (830 W. Pender). Tix $75, info 604-688-2027.
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CANDYE KANE Former L.A. porn queen performs tunes from latest blues-rock CD, Whole Lotta Love, with guests Big Bottom Burlesque. Sept. 11, 8 pm, Yale Hotel (1300 Granville). Tix $13, info 604-681-YALE.




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IN HARMONY MUSIC FESTIVAL Featuring fundraising performances by Nickel City Slim & Frisco Read, Cozy Bones, the Mud Bay Blues Band, Les Finnigan, Married to Music, the Wheat in the Barley, Jason Mitchell, Superjaded, Mojo Zydeco, Lori Barnson Band, Rio Bent, Southwick, Sambalada, Pancho and Sal, Back Door Slam, the Surrey Children's Choir, and Brio String Quartet. Sept. 12-14, Camp Kwomais (1367 128th St., South Surrey). Tix $5 a day, info 604-538-9216, http://www.inharmonymusicfest.org/.
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RENEE ROSNES Vancouver-born jazz pianist and Blue Note recording artist performs with alto-saxophonist Campbell Ryga, bassist Neil Swainson, and drummer Rudy Petchauer. Sept. 12-14, 8:30 & 10:15 pm, the Cellar (3611 W. Broadway). Tix and info 604-738-1959.
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MODEST MOUSE Sony recording artists, featuring frontman Isaac Brock. Sept. 12, 9 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix $25 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Zulu Records.
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CHRIS ISAAK California singer-songwriter-guitarist ("Wicked Game"), star of TV's Chris Isaak Show. Sept. 12, 8 pm, Skagit Valley Casino Outdoor Event Center (Bow, Wash.). Tix US$55/45 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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BURNING SPEAR & HIS BURNING BAND Reggae veterans from Jamaica, with guests Tropical Breeze and One Love. Sept. 13, 10 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix $20 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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THE LISTENING ROOM 2003 Featuring local electronica artists DJ Lace, MUX, Koolatron ++, Tom Schulz, and Pleasure Frequency. Sept. 13, 9 pm­2:30 am, H.R. MacMillan Planetarium. Tix $15, info http://www.listeningroom.ca/.
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ATMOSPHERE Hip-hop group from Minneapolis, featuring rapper MC Slug, with guests Oddjobs and Micranots. Sept. 14, 10 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix $20 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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NO USE FOR A NAME California punk-rockers play an all-ages show, with guests None More Black and Irish Carbomb. Sept. 14, 7 pm, Croatian Cultural Centre (3250 Commercial). Tix $17.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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THE WHITE STRIPES Garage-blues duo from Detroit ("Fell in Love With a Girl"), with guests Ima Robot (originally scheduled guests Soledad Brothers will not appear). Sept. 15, 8 pm, Plaza of Nations. Tix $35 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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BUCK 65 Hip-hop artist from Nova Scotia performs tunes from upcoming CD, Talkin' Honky Blues, with guests Ridley Bent. Sept. 18, 10 pm, Sonar (66 Water St.). Tix $13.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Zulu and Scratch Records.
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LUTHER WRIGHT & THE WRONGS Alt-country artists from Kingston, Ontario, play tunes from new CD, Guitar Pickin' Martyrs. Sept. 18, Green Room (695 Cambie). Info 604-608-2871.
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MIKE ZACHERNUK QUARTET Local mainstream jazz quartet, featuring 24-year-old trumpeter Zachernuk. Sept. 18, 8 pm, Cellar (3611 W. Broadway). Tix $10/8 (plus service charges), info 604-872-5200.
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RON SEXSMITH Mellow pop singer-songwriter-guitarist from Ontario, with guests Mad Violet. Sept. 19, 7 pm, Vancouver East Cultural Centre (1895 Venables). Tix $20 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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ME & WE Concert celebrating the drummer and the community features performances by Albert St. Albert, Katari Taiko, Lil'wat performers Tzo'kam, and Indian folk musicians Vishwa. Sept. 19, 8 pm, Heritage Centre at Nikkei Place (6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby). Tix $15, info 604-683-8240.
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FIFTH ANNUAL WEST COAST GUITAR NIGHT Featuring acoustic-guitar performances by Les Finnigan, Edgar Avelino, Kent Hillman, Hanh Nguyen, John Gilliatt & Martin Simpson, and the Vancouver Guitar Quartet. Sept. 20, Vancouver East Cultural Centre (1895 Venables). Tix at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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TAIKOPHONY The Uzume Taiko Ensemble is featured in a concert of new music for taiko drums and marimba, Chinese opera gongs, Japanese percussion, bamboo flute, vocals, and electronics. Sept. 20, 8 pm, Evergreen Cultural Centre (1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam). Tix $18/14, info 604-927-6555.
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WAYNE HORVITZ & SWEETER THAN THE DAY Zula Productions presents pianist Horvitz with guitarist Tim Young, contrabassist Keith Lowe, and drummer Andy Roth. Horvitz also performs in a duo setting with cellist Peggy Lee. Sept. 21, 8 pm, Vancouver East Cultural Centre (1895 Venables). Tix $18 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Black Swan, Highlife, and Zulu Records.
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EVAN DANDO Former member of the Lemonheads performs tunes from latest solo CD, Baby, I'm Bored, with guests Consonant. Sept. 21, 9 pm, Richard's on Richards (1036 Richards). Tix at Zulu, Scratch, Highlife, and Noize! Records, info 604-687-6794.
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TOMMY CASTRO/COCO MONTOYA American blues-rock guitarists perform with their bands on a double bill. Sept. 22, 9 pm, Yale Hotel (1300 Granville). Tix $22, info 604-681-YALE.
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DEF LEPPARD Melodic hard-rockers from Sheffield, England ("Rock of Ages"), featuring vocalist Joe Elliott, with guest Ricky Warwick. Sept. 23, 7:30 pm, Pacific Coliseum (Hastings & Renfrew). Tix $45 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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REMEMBER SHAKTI Guitarist John McLaughlin, tabla player Zakir Hussain, mandolinist U. Shrinivas, and kanjira/ghatam player V. Selvaganesh combine Indian, Western jazz, and world music. Sept. 23, 8 pm, Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts (777 Homer). Tix $60/55/50 (plus service charges and fees), info 604-872-5200.
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FINGER ELEVEN Post-grunge angst-rockers from Ontario play an all-ages show, with guests Idol Sons. Sept. 23, 8 pm, Croatian Cultural Centre; and Sept. 24, 7 pm, Abbey Arts Centre (2329 Crescent Way, Abbotsford). Tix $20 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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CALEXICO Former members of Giant Sand and Friends of Dean Martinez mix faux-spaghetti western soundtracks with indie rock, folk, '70s fusion, and mariachi music, with guests the Frames and Jason Collett. Sept. 24, 9 pm, Richard's on Richards (1036 Richards). Tix $17.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Zulu and Scratch Records.
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BIG BAD VOODOO DADDY Swing band from the States. Sept. 25, 9 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Zulu Records.
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ROONEY Guitar-rockers from L.A., with guests the Sounds and Paloalto. Sept. 25, 9 pm, Richard's on Richards (1036 Richards). Tix $13.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Zulu Records.
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MANITOBA Electronic-pop artist from Dundas, Ontario performs tunes from latest album Up in Flames, with guest Dabrye. Sept. 26, Sonar (66 Water). Tix $13.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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MOGWAI Matador recording artists from Glasgow, Scotland, play tunes from latest CD, Happy Songs for Happy People. Sept. 26, 8 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix $22 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Zulu Records.
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WHITE-OUT PARTY The B.C. Dairy Foundation presents a hip-hop fundraiser for Covenant House Vancouver, featuring breakdancing shows, freestyle MCs, and performances by Concise, Checkmate, and the Baby Blue Sound Crew. Sept. 26, Atlantis (1320 Richards). Tix at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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JEFF HEALEY'S JAZZ WIZARDS Canadian blues-rock guitar virtuoso leads his new jazz group, performing on trumpet, valve trombone, guitar, and vocals. Sept. 27, 8 pm, Centennial Theatre (2300 Lonsdale, North Van.). Tix $32/30, info 604-984-4484.
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THE KILLS Punk-rockers from the States play tunes from latest CD, Keep On Your Mean Side, with local guests Jerk With a Bomb. Sept. 27, 7:30 pm, Richard's on Richards (1036 Richards). Tix $10 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Zulu and Scratch Records.
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BLUE RODEO Roots-rockers from Toronto ("Diamond Mine"), featuring singer-guitarists Greg Keelor and Jim Cuddy. Sept. 27, 8 pm, Dakota Creek Roadhouse (Blaine, Wash.). Tix US$18 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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KOKO TAYLOR & HER BLUES MACHINE Legendary blues shouter ("Wang Dang Doodle"). Sept. 30, 8 pm, Yale Hotel (1300 Granville). Tix $45 advance, info 604-681-YALE.
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KINGS OF LEON Swamp-rockers from Tennessee ("California Waiting") play tunes from debut CD, Youth and Young Manhood, with guests Jet and the Years. Sept. 30, 9 pm, Richard's on Richards (1036 Richards). Tix $12.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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EMMYLOU HARRIS & SPYBOY Grammy Award­winning country-folk vocalist from the States, with guest Buddy Miller. Oct. 1, 8 pm, Centre in Vancouver for the Performing Arts. Tix $42.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444. Tix also at Zulu and Highlife Records.
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GODSMACK Platinum hard-rockers from Boston ("Whatever") play tunes from latest CD, Faceless. Oct. 2, 9 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix $34.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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WEEN Genre-jumping imps from Pennsylvania play tunes from new CD, Quebec. Oct. 3, 8:45 pm, Orpheum Theatre (Seymour & Smithe). Tix at Zulu, Scratch, Highlife, and Noize! Records.
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BLACK REBEL MOTORCYCLE CLUB Post-punk trio from San Francisco plays tunes from upcoming CD, Take Them On, On Your Own, with guests Stratford 4. Oct. 5, 9 pm, Commodore Ballroom (moved from original venue of Richard's on Richards. Tix $17.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE Hard-rock band from the States ("Go With the Flow") plays tunes from latest CD, Songs For the Deaf, with guests the Distillers and Millionaire. Oct. 7, 7:30 pm, Orpheum Theatre (Seymour & Smithe). Tix $30/25 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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BILLY IDOL British rocker ("White Wedding") leads his band, featuring guitarist Steve Stevens. Oct. 8, 8 pm, Orpheum Theatre (918 Granville). Tix $45.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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STEVE EARLE & THE DUKES Politically minded roots-rocker from Nashville ("Copperhead Road") plays tunes from latest CD, Jerusalem, with guest Garrison Starr. Oct. 8, 9 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix $37.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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G3 Touring rock-guitar showcase featuring Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, and Yngwie Malmsteen. Oct. 14, 7:30 pm, Orpheum Theatre (Seymour & Smithe). Tix on sale Sept. 6, 9:30 am, from $37.50 to $62.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.




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SHINDIG! The YouthCo AIDS Society, GAB, and Youth Driven present a free outdoor celebration of youth and sexual health, featuring performances by Kia Kadiri, Triple 3, Fly Antics Breakers, and UNYA Women's Drum Group. Sept. 13, 1-5 pm, Creekside Park (beside Science World). Info 604-801-5752.
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POURED BEER Tribute to local musician Ford Pier, featuring performances of his songs by the Tonics, the Beekeepers, Veda Hille, Scott Henderson, Amy Honey, Geoff Berner, Rob Wright, the Highballs, Tom Holliston, John Guliak, Andrew Pearson, Hank Pine & Lily Fawn, Barry Mirochnick, Ida & Patsy, Keith Rose, and Beez & Friends. Sept. 13, 8 pm, ANZA Club (3 W. 8th). Tix $10 at the door, info 604-876-7128.
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CITR SHINDIG! CITR Radio's annual battle of the bands. All shows at the Railway Club (579 Dunsmuir). Info 604-681-1625. * ELIZABETH, THE RAIN AND THE SIDEWALK, SPLATTER Sept. 16 * THE BADAMPS, THE HOODED FANG, REVISIONIST Sept. 23 * THE PARLOUR STEPS, SHITFACED, THE WRECKERS Sept. 30
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DAVID GOGO Blues-rocker from Nanaimo plays tunes from latest CD, Skeleton Key. Sept. 26-27, Yale Hotel (1300 Granville). Tix $15 at the bar, info 604-681-YALE.
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COBRA: VANCOUVER OPERATIONS Zula Productions presents New York composer John Zorn's work, performed by 16 of Vancouver's top musicians. Oct. 2, 8 pm, Richard's on Richards (1036 Richards). Tix $22 (plus service charges) at Black Swan, Highlife, Scratch, and Zulu Records, info http://www.vtix.com/.
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TODD TAYLOR & THE NEW VEHICLE Former Two Trains and Brick House guitarist performs with his new instrumental groove quartet. Oct. 2-3, Fairview (898 W. Broadway). Info 604-872-1262.
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CARLOS DEL JUNCO World-champion harmonica virtuoso mixes blues, jazz, and New Orleans funk. Oct. 4, 8 pm, Capilano College Performing Arts Theatre (2055 Purcell Way, North Van.). Tix $20/18, info 604-990-7810.
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DOUBLE DUO--2 X 2 Performances by Vancouver-based improvisors Ron Samworth (guitar) and Dylan van der Schyff (drums), and their Montreal cohorts Bernard Falaise (guitar) and Pierre Tanguay (drums). Oct. 11, 8 pm, Western Front (303 E. 8th). Tix $12/10 (plus service charge), info 604-872-5200.
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LISA ALLEMANO FOUR Toronto jazz quartet featuring trumpeter Allemano, guitarist David Occhipinti, bassist Andrew Downing, and drummer Anthony Michelli. Oct. 16, 8 pm, Cellar (3611 W. Broadway). Tix $10/8 (plus service charge), info 604-872-5200.
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54-40 Local guitar-rock veterans ("One Day in Your Life"), featuring vocalist Neil Osborne, with guest Danny Michel. Oct. 17-18, 9:30 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix on sale Sept. 5, $28.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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VERVE REMIXED 2 TOUR Featuring Mr. Scruff and DJ Spinna. Oct. 20, 9 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix on sale Sept. 5, $25 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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HOWIE DAY Singer-songwriter performs tunes from latest CD, Australia, with guests Matt Nathanson and Lizzie West. Oct. 21, 9 pm, Sonar (66 Water St.). Tix $13.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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AB BAARS 3 + 3 Dutch improv trio composed of saxophonist Baars, bassist Wibert de Joode, and drummer Martin van Duynhoven. During the second set the trio will be joined by local clarinetist François Houle, cellist Peggy Lee, and drummer Dylan van der Schyff. Oct. 23, 8 pm, Western Front (303 E. 8th). Tix $12/10 (plus service charge), info 604-872-5200.
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BRAD SHEPIK TRIO Zula Productions presents New York jazz trio, composed of guitarist Shepik, bassist Matt Penman, and drummer Tom Rainey, with local guests Houle-Zubot (clarinetist François Houle and violinist Jesse Zubot). Oct. 28, 8 pm, St. James Community Hall (3214 W. 10th). Tix $16 (plus service charges) at Black Swan, Highlife, Scratch, and Zulu Records, info http://www.vtix.com/.
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SAM ROBERTS Toronto rocker ("Brother Down") plays tunes from latest CD, We Were Born in a Flame. Oct. 28, 7:30 pm, Vogue Theatre (918 Granville); and Oct. 29, 9 pm, Commodore Ballroom (868 Granville). Tix on sale Sept. 5, $23.50 (plus service charges and fees) at Ticketmaster, 604-280-4444.
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JOHN HOLLENBECK'S CLAUDIA QUINTET Zula Productions presents New York jazz quartet composed of drummer Hollenbeck, clarinetist and tenor saxophonist Chris Speed, accordionist Ted Reichmann, vibraphonist and percussionist Matt Moran, and bassist Drew Gress, with local guests Eye of Newt performing live to a screening of Nosferatu. Oct. 31, 8 pm, St. James Community Hall (3214 W. 10th). Tix $19 (plus service charges) at Black Swan, Highlife, Scratch, and Zulu Records, info http://www.vtix.com/.

Eye Of Newt

Stefan Smulovitz - viola Coat Cooke - sax, flute, clarinet Paul Blaney - bass more info

Eye Of Newt

Stefan Smulovitz - viola Coat Cooke - sax, flute, clarinet Paul Blaney - bass more info

Eye Of Newt

Stefan Smulovitz - viola Coat Cooke - sax, flute, clarinet Paul Blaney - bass more info
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