Early show @ 240 Northern Street. Doors at 7pm, music starts 7:30pm. $5-$10 cover or PWYC. Adult beverages available.
Kym Gouchie — kymgouchie.com/
Singer/Songwriter Kym Gouchie is from the Lheidli T'enneh Nation in Prince George, BC. Canada. A self taught guitar player and a traditional hand drummer, she utilizes her eclectic background to inspire her as she combines elements of traditional, folk and country to create a unique voice. Raised among musicians, it wasn’t until dealing with personal tragedy that she was able to find her voice on her own journey, which is realized with her debut album.
Naomi Kavka — naomikavkamusic.com/
A voracious performer and songwriter, for years Naomi has performed extensively in BC and St. John's NL as a solo artist and in her alt-country band Pocket Knife, as well as in Power Duo, a folk-punk acoustic outfit with long time collaborator Corbin Spensley. She has shared the stage with such artists as Rae Spoon, Winona Wilde, the Burning Hell and Steve Maloney and released recent lead-ups to the current project, including «The Hay Fever EP» (March 2016) recorded in Koriyama, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, and Power Duo's self titled album (November 2015) which includes pared down versions of the songs now appearing with full band on the upcoming release.
No Mothers — nomothers.ca/press-kit.html
Drawing on their classical training, a background in fiddle, their innovative song-crafting skills, and a taste for the raw and groovy, the Brothers K lay claim to a sound that is unequivocally unique. Let's face it — stereo-viola folk rock is a bizarre and delightful stretch of the imagination.