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Event Archive - Modelos Monday!: The Modelos, Bob Kemmis

Mon. May 17th 2010 Railway Club (No Minors)
8:30 - 12:45 doors at noon
Monday, May 17th: Modelos Monday!

featuring BOB KEMMIS. Come celebrate Railway Club Members’ Night with the Modelos! Members get 1/2 price entry and cool discounts all night!

About the Modelos -
“You're lucky to live in Vancouver, where even a Monday night is a party. Nothing lends itself to a good old fashioned hoedown like a performance by The Modelos, Vancouver's premiere Cowboy Surf Rock bands (although how many could there be?). The group boasts some accomplished guitar slingers from bands as diverse as The Bughouse 5, Econoline Crush, and one of the members is even the organist for the Vancouver Canucks (how awesome is that, really?). The Modelos take the stage every 3rd Monday night at Railway Club. Expect Ennio Morricone rhythms, upbeat instrumentals, and whole lot of dancing.”
-Richard Trapunski in Attractions
Bob Kemmis-

"Arena Ready" is the 3rd album from one of Canada's favourite singer songwriters Bob Kemmis. This 11-song musical journey takes the listener through lush sixties-influenced pop landscapes with a funny, intuitive, and intelligent host who frequently cuts to the core. Produced by Craig Northey (The Odds) Arena Ready features not only Bob but a number of Canada's most talented performers, including Keith Scott (Bryan Adams), Rob Baker (Tragically Hip), Phil Comparelli (54-40), Simon Kendall (Doug and the Slugs), Steve Dawson (Zubot Dawson) and The Odds alumni of Craig Northey, Doug Elliot and Pat Steward.

Doors: 8:30 pm. $8/$6


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The Modelos (Western Cowboy Surf)

The Modelos are Vancouvers Rock 'n' Roll Instrumental Cowboy Surfers. The group was formed in 2004 when Joe Rotundo and Mike Kenney collaborated in a songwriting adventure that would produce songs like, "Somewhere West", & "Down the Dusty Trail". Brad Ferguson and Geoff Hicks were the natural selection as the rhythm section and thus born was The Mo... more info
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