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Event Archive - Pacific Meltdown: Jacqui Judge & the Gallows, Betty Kracker, Little Woo, Yvette Narlock, Outlaw Social, Kara Golemba, red fizz

Thu. June 15th 2006 Railway Club (No Minors)
Presented by: Women & the World Urban Forum, Grrrabbit Productions
A Fundraiser for Grassroots Women's International Academy


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Betty Kracker

Betty Kracker kicked off their live music takeover of Vancouver at the Railway Club in July, as participants of FaceFest 2004 (dozens were slain, appreciation flowed). The song "S.C.W." recorded live at FaceFest, was recorded at FacePlant for Red Cat Records anti-Campbell compilation spring 2005. Full length ep "Easy Bay Coven" was released ... more info

Little Woo

As a singer and songwriter, Little Woo has appeared in a variety of Vancouver venues such as Trees Cafe Showcase, City Hall’s Songwriters series, Cafe Deux Soleils, the Latin Quarter, the Naam, Chazz Cafe, Portside Room series, the Songwriter's Showcase on Granville Island, the Urban Well, Blunt Brothers' Cafe, Songwriter Series at Chapters Books... more info

Yvette Narlock

Yvette has played on many stages for intimate crowds to festival crowds of 10,000 people. On stage, she is a storyteller, a seductress, a siren with a big lush voice, and a guitar style that's accomplished, ranging from intricate finger picking to ripping rhythms. Her songs are diverse and emotionally evocative, dealing with social and political co... more info

Outlaw Social (alt.old.time music)

They play old time, folk, country blues, gospel, jug, and other quirky bits they write or find. Featuring Catherine Black (on banjo, bass, and singing), Kendel Carson (fiddle), Adam Dobres (guitars), Pharis Patenaude (guitar, singing) and Oliver Swain (on banjo, bass, and singing too). more info
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