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Event Archive - Carolyn Mark, The Nasty On, Bocephus King, Sekoya, The Blue Alarm

Thu. January 20th 2005 Virgin Megastore (All Ages)
5:30 - 9:00
Presented by: Virgin Megastore
Virgin Megastore's "100 Acts of Support: The Concerts for Tsunami Relief"
Blue Alarm 5:30pm
Sekoya 6:15pm
Bocephus King 7:00pm
The Nasty On 7:45pm
Carolyn Mark 8:30pm

100% of all donations and 1% of all sales for the day of the Vancouver event will be donated to the Canadian Red Cross Asia Earthquake/Tsunami Relief Fund, for the victims of last month's tsunami.

Anonymous Posting 1/21/05:
Yes, you heard right, ladies and gentlemen. 100% of all donations will be donated to charities. That's just the kind of company Virgin is, you know?


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Carolyn Mark (coastal and western)

Ex-Vinaigrettes front lady, and country-punk chanteuse sings songs that'll tickle your heart and break your funny bone. more info

The Nasty On (Hard Rock)

Formed in 1999, the Nasty On have two releases and very much love rock 'n roll. Their latest release, "CitySick" has been called one of the best rock albums to ever come outta Vancouver. more info

Bocephus King

other sites: bocephusking
In the summer of 2000, Bocephus King was doing pretty well for himself. He had just released his third CD and was embarking on his second European tour. His last two releases were on dozens of top ten lists and his live shows had become legendary. Accompanied by the biggest buzz band to come along in years, The Rigalattos, he was the belle of the b... more info

Sekoya (Nujazz, Brokenbeat, futuresoul)

Sekoya's compositional form, jazz influenced broken beats, sophisticated electronic sound manipulation, ground breaking vocal styling, socially and politically charged lyrics and intelligent horn arrangements are all in a genre defying singer/songwriter style. more info

The Blue Alarm

THE BLUE ALARM (Cazart! Records) delivers a genuine Brit-rock sound that is spacy and delicate, with touches of folk, country and garage-rock influences. Wavering between rock and balladry with an eclectic range of pianos, keys and guitars fronted by Fraser MacKenzie's distinctively rich vocals, the Blue Alarm is a pop group that offers intriguing ... more info
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