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Holy Roller Revue: The Wayward Hearts, The Sojourners, Just A Season, Mac Pontiac, Christie Rose

Thu. June 30th 2016 8:30pm - 1:0am doors at 8:00pm @  Fox Cabaret (No Minors) 8:30pm - 1:0am doors at 8:00pm
The Holy Roller Revue is a new monthly musical showcase featuring new and established country, roots, folk and gospel artists. Sponsored by Neptoon Records and Basone Guitar Shop. Proceeds from the raffle will be donated to the St. James Music Academy.

DJ Rob Frith

8:30 - 9:00 The Wayward Hearts (opening set)
9:15 - 9:45 Mac Pontiac
10:00 - 10:30 Khari Wendell McClelland / The Sojourners
10:45 - 11:15 Christie Rose
11:30 - 12:00 Just a Season
12:15 - 12:45 The Wayward Hearts (closing set)

The Wayward Hearts
A dynamic six piece featuring fiddle, accordion and banjo. The Wayward Hearts play an eclectic mix of original country and folk songs with themes ranging from obsessed lovers to Old Testament styled outcasts.

Mac Pontiac
Mac Pontiac is one of Vancouver’s most respected singer-songwriters with gritty tales rooted in alt-country and countrypolitan.

The Sojourners
The formative years that Marcus Mosely, Will Sanders and Khari McClelland spent singing in the churches of their hometowns – Ralls, Texas; Alexandria, Louisiana and Detroit, Michigan respectively – give The Sojourners’ sound an authentic edge that only comes with experience. This is real gospel — blessed with a soul that can’t be faked.

Christie Rose
Christie Rose is a singer, songwriter, and painter. Since arriving in Vancouver in 2004, she has been involved in the city's overlapping music scenes, performing both as a solo act and as a frontwoman, as well as a backing singer/musician for groups including Miss Quincy & the Showdown and The Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer. Her lyric-driven songs range through the territories of folk, country, jazz, blues, and rock n' roll. She has released one full-length album "...and even the lion tamer's got that same old blues...", and is currently preparing a collection of material for a follow-up.

Just a Season
Vancouver folk-rock band fronted by Scott Smith., who has helped make a lot of other people sound great over the years. From the arena-sized mainstream country of Aaron Pritchett to a slew of insurgent Vancouver club champs like Rich Hope and His Blue Rich Rangers, Bughouse 5, and Bocephus King—plus a lot of auspicious roots, rock and pop acts in between—Smith has been everybody’s ringer, flipping between guitar and pedal steel while casually raising the bar with lightning technique and unfailing good taste.
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