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May 2015 @ the BAG
Sat. May 2, 8:00 pm Tickets: $20 at BAG and XOCO
The 13th Annual Brackendale Bluegrass Festival
Featuring the award winning bluegrass band North Country from Seattle with Michael Kilby and opening band Southbound Train.
Plus Slow Pitch Jam with Dave Zaruba. Starting at 2:00 pm $5
All levels welcome. More info: 604 935 9434
The North Country Bluegrass Band performs high energy, classic and original acoustic bluegrass music featuring strong harmonies and fantastic musicianship. Formed in 2012, the band is quickly rising and making a name for itself in the Northwest bluegrass scene. In 2015, North Country took 6th place at the SPBGMA international bluegrass competition in Nashville Tennessee competing against bands from all over North America.
northcounrtybluegrass.com

Mon. May 4, 8:00 pm Tickets: $20 at BAG and XOCO
Marc Destrubé & Jaron Freeman-Fox
J.S. Bachwards – Early Music From The Future For Solo Violin
Renowned baroque violin specialist Marc Destrubé and his former student, genre-breaking fiddler Jaron Freeman-Fox, share the stage, exploring beautiful variation-based compositions for solo violin by Bach, Biber and Baltzar, along with Jaron’s variations and improvisations and electro-acoustic re-imaginings of these.
In co-operation with Early Music Vancouver and Music on Main.

“While some musicians pigeonhole themselves into tiny sub-genres, Freeman-Fox blows away all walls.” Now Magazine
“Marc Destrubé bared his soul without reserve, yet displaying gentlemanliness and humility”. Early Music News, Australia

Sat. May 16, 8:00 pm Tickets: $20 at BAG and XOCO
AUGUST: Beverley Elliott, Linda Kidder & Rae Armour
Engaging Story Tellers and Fabulously Funny, Genuine, Sweet Women!
An evening with AUGUST will take you on a roller coaster ride of emotions with song material ranging from being mad at yourself, finding your inner child, having your car stolen, being overweight and love’s regrets to name a few. Backed by the wonderful Daryl Jahnke on guitar, their voices will life your spirits and feed your soul. Whether you missed them last November or not, you won’t want to miss it this time around.

Sat. May 23, 8:00 pm Tickets: $20 at BAG and XOCO
Doin’ It For A Song: with host Norman Foote
Don't miss this incredible show of singer/songwriters from the valley.
Look no further than your own back yard!

"Brackendale"(the group): Andre and Samantha
Anne & Stan Thomson
Cam Salay
Carolyn Grass
Anne & Mario Iacovone
Rita Kyle & Ray Grieves
Gas Station Sushi:
Asia Mader , Brian marchant, Todd Mader, Enzo Milia & John Bright

COMMUNITY EVENTS @ the BAG:

Sun. May 3, 7:30 – 10:00 pm
Acoustic Jam @ the BAG
Rita Kyle: 604 898 1340

Fri. May 8, 7:00- 10:00 pm
Squamish Montessori School Fundraiser: Young at Art
Tickets: $10 at the door, Eventbrite or the school. More info: 604 892 1180
Featuring local Squamish live music from Jana Lahti and ‘Dentville’. Tapas will be served: beer/wine is available from the bar.

Young at Art is showcase of individual and group art projects of Squamish Montessori students years 1 to 6, made specifically for the purpose of experiencing an Art Show. The work reflects personal interests and talents with various media including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, clay, recycled art and more!

Tues. May 26 at 7:30 By donation.
Overcomers: An Evening of Worship Music
With Mario & Anne Iacavone

MAY/JUNE FEATURE ARTIST:
Jim Cummins: Dream Lust (Opening party Fri. June 5 @ 7:00)
Jim Cummins AKA “I, Braineater” was ground zero in the Vancouver punk underground art world in the late 1970s. Involved in performance arts, painting, photography, film and music, Cummins’ work has been featured in film, television and magazines, and has appeared in a multitude of solo and group exhibits worldwide. A ‘witty’, ambiguous commentator on popular culture, a Vancouver artrock icon, the creator of the popular ‘blockhead’ characters which showed up on everything from t-shirts to album covers, Jim Cummins’ works have been described as “a mélange of science fiction and sword and sorcery, flavored with punk mythology.” Jim is also the creator of the BAG Unicorn, an icon in its own right for hundreds of school children and their children!
COMING EVENTS:
Sat. June 6: Leslie Alexander in Concert!
Sun. June 14, 6:00 pm: Cam Salay Student concert.

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