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Event Archive - Travelling in on a train from New York City: Vic Ruggiero, Jesse LeBourdais, Bobbi-Jo Moore

Thu. January 25th 2018 The Anza Club (No Minors)
8pm doors at 7:30pm
11.00 advance 15.00 at the door
Presented by: The Anza Club
Vic Ruggiero Live at The ANZA
"Vic" Ruggiero, is a musician, songwriter and producer from New York City who has played in reggae, blues, ska and rocksteady bands since the early 1990s, including The Slackers, Stubborn All-Stars, SKAndalous All Stars, Crazy Baldhead and The Silencers. He has also performed with punk rock band Rancid, both live and in the studio. He has released four solo acoustic albums and continues to tour and record worldwide. Ruggiero is known primarily as a singer and organist, although he also plays piano, bass, banjo, cigar box guitar, guitar, harmonica and percussion.

Jesse LeBourdais has played hundreds of shows across thousands of kilometres Songs steeped in the folk traditions of storytelling and fuelled by the raw emotion of punk rock lead to shouted heart-felt lyrics of life, and boot-stomping melodies that you hold in your bones.

opening will be Vancouver based Bobbi-Jo Moore of The Elixxxirs.

a clip from Vic's solo show last time he was in Vancouver


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Vic Ruggiero (Blues/Folk/Jazz)

Coming straight out of the Bronx, musician, songwriter, and producer Vic Ruggiero is one of ska’s most recognizable voices. Perhaps most well known for his role as singer and keyboardist in the Slackers, Ruggiero has also composed, performed, and recorded with the Stubborn All-Stars, SKAndalous All-Stars, Rancid, The Transplants, Dave Hillyard & ... more info

Jesse LeBourdais (Folk/Punk/Rock and Roll)

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With the heart of a small town and the fire of the Vancouver punk rock scene, Jesse LeBourdais has spent the last 3 years putting rubber to pavement touring and playing bars, basements and everything in between across Canada with little more than a guitar and his voice. Steeped in the folk tradition of musical story-telling and fuelled by the raw ... more info