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Event Archive - Wyld Lily Gypsy Caravan Tour 2007: Caroline Spence Band, James Kasper, Psaje, Permanent Frequency, Emily Spiller, Boogie Chillens

Sun. August 12th 2007 Railway Club (No Minors)
8 - 1 doors at 7
$6
Presented by: Tiger Lily Records, Wyld Patchouli Records
Wyld Lily Gypsy Caravan Tour - Vancouver Tour Stop... come on out and see this incredible, fantastical, festival on wheels! On return from Cross Canada tour! :-) http://www.wyldlily.com

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Caroline Spence Band

The Caroline Spence Band writes and performs music that is progressive folk-rock, with a twist of new wave, a twist of jazz & blues and a twist of pop. The music captures the romance of a bygone era in a modern fusion of styles. The lyrics are poetic, emotive and clever. The vocals are lush, deep and resonant and feature gothic and eclectic multi... more info

James Kasper (roots noir)

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Discography: "Metro Gnome" (1998) "folk is dead but who's listening" (2000) "The Old Fashioned Way" (2007) "small town gods & devils" (2009) "Twenty" (2013) "In The Dust" (2014) "Grace" (2016) "The Old Fashioned Way" (Special Edition + Bonus Tracks) (2017) Influences: Damien Rice, Hayden, Glen Hansard, Blue Rodeo, Radiohead, Mark Kozelek... more info

Permanent Frequency (Indie alt-progressive rock)

How do you even begin to describe the music of Permanent Frequency? Let's put it this way: imagine a musical orgy between Pink Floyd, early Genesis, Radiohead, The Beatles, Supertramp, The Band, and Steely Dan (remember this orgy takes place amongst these bands' music, not their band members. [shudders at the thought]) In the aftermath, the music... more info

Emily Spiller (Live looping, blues, jazz, soul, electronic, club)

Emily Spiller is a live looping artist. Nominated for five Vancouver Island Music awards in 2011, she won "Female Vocalist of the Year" shortly after returning from an Australian tour and a showcase at Canadian Music Fest in Toronto.      A hint of Imogen Heap-meets-Zap Mama with a splash of Feist, she blends jazz & blues with layered harmonie... more info
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