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Event Archive - A must see event, fiddle's, cello's, pipes, accordians, ukelele's, horns, bodran's, guitars, drums, vocals and BEER!: The Knackers, The Whiskey Dicks, Gentle Infidels, The Creaking Planks, Craic!

Sat. December 18th 2010 Billy Bishop Legion Auditorium (No Minors)
8 PM - 12 PM doors at 8 PM
By Donation $12.00 or $10.00 with donation of non perishable food item
Tickets at: Pat's Pub & Brewhouse
Presented by: The Knackers
An intimate evening with Vancouver's funnest and finest, Celtic, gypsy, eclectic, folk and and roots artists and performers........with beer!


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The Knackers (Jig rock)

The Knackers are a five-piece Celtic/folk/rock ensemble consisting of guitars, fiddle, bass, drums and an array of Celtic instruments. The band enjoys playing upbeat, hard hitting, socially and emotionally conscious music. The Knackers music combines Irish/Scottish and Canadian Traditional influences with strong, original songs and stories from the... more info

The Whiskey Dicks (Celtic Gypsy Punk Rockers)

The WhiskeyDicks are a group of Celtic Gypsy Punk Rockers who have spent the better part of a decade carving a reputation for themselves as “One Hell of a Good Time”. The WhiskeyDicks bridge the gap between traditional and modern drinking music The formula is simple: Violin, Cello, Guitar, Drums and two Voices play original songs that tell s... more info

Gentle Infidels (Folk-Rock / Progressive)

Acoustic guitar, upright bass, cello. Reminiscient of Jeff Buckley, Nick Drake, acoustic Led Zeppelin, Roy Harper, Pentangle, Fairport Convention, Incredible String Band, Days of the New...that sort of thing. We're comfortable playing intimate cafe/bistro gigs, as well as supporting rock shows in clubs. Try us on for size and you'll pawn off all yo... more info

The Creaking Planks (jug band)

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The jug band of the damned! Drawing on numerous and disparate naive, folk and outsider musical traditions, the common thread running through the performers in this ensemble is that individually, none of them belong in a contemporary musical context – while together, their sum suggests nothing stranger than the iPod of 1906. Keep yer eyes open fo... more info
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