Jun
8
Fri
Monday’s Gone
Jun 8 @ 9:00 pm

MONDAY’S GONE

THE greatest Band in the Comox Valley, they put on a great show full of personality, as well great to watch, they sound fab too!! Play at the Whistle Stop Friday and Saturday nights, 9-1 pm.

Belting tunes out for you to dance the night away, you will not see a band with tighter transitions between their songs.  Bring your song requests and the boys will give it a go or will work on that song for their next show. 

The guys that run the show are:

Monday's Gone Band

(From L-R)

  • Andrew Lorimer – Keyboards – vocals
  • Mark Wing- Guitar – vocals
  • Owen Smith – Drums – vocals
  • Don Vinette – Bass – vocals

Band Interests

Tequila & Jagerbombs & Beer…oh, yeah, and music!

https://www.facebook.com/MondaysGone/

Jun
9
Sat
Monday’s Gone
Jun 9 @ 9:00 pm

MONDAY’S GONE

THE greatest Band in the Comox Valley, they put on a great show full of personality, as well great to watch, they sound fab too!! Play at the Whistle Stop Friday and Saturday nights, 9-1 pm.

Belting tunes out for you to dance the night away, you will not see a band with tighter transitions between their songs.  Bring your song requests and the boys will give it a go or will work on that song for their next show. 

The guys that run the show are:

Monday's Gone Band

(From L-R)

  • Andrew Lorimer – Keyboards – vocals
  • Mark Wing- Guitar – vocals
  • Owen Smith – Drums – vocals
  • Don Vinette – Bass – vocals

Band Interests

Tequila & Jagerbombs & Beer…oh, yeah, and music!

https://www.facebook.com/MondaysGone/

Jun
15
Fri
XLR8 Band
Jun 15 @ 9:00 pm

XLR8 Live at the Whistle Stop Pub

XLR8

It’s pedal to the metal with XLR8 featuring Juno Award winner Johnny B.  This five-man powerhouse band will amaze you with an energy charged set of classic rock favs delivering big sound, big lights and big drums with Juno Award winner Johnny B on the big kit!

http://www.xlr8band.com/

Jun
16
Sat
XLR8 Band
Jun 16 @ 9:00 pm

XLR8 Live at the Whistle Stop Pub

XLR8

It’s pedal to the metal with XLR8 featuring Juno Award winner Johnny B.  This five-man powerhouse band will amaze you with an energy charged set of classic rock favs delivering big sound, big lights and big drums with Juno Award winner Johnny B on the big kit!

http://www.xlr8band.com/

Jun
22
Fri
Monday’s Gone
Jun 22 @ 9:00 pm

MONDAY’S GONE

THE greatest Band in the Comox Valley, they put on a great show full of personality, as well great to watch, they sound fab too!! Play at the Whistle Stop Friday and Saturday nights, 9-1 pm.

Belting tunes out for you to dance the night away, you will not see a band with tighter transitions between their songs.  Bring your song requests and the boys will give it a go or will work on that song for their next show. 

The guys that run the show are:

Monday's Gone Band

(From L-R)

  • Andrew Lorimer – Keyboards – vocals
  • Mark Wing- Guitar – vocals
  • Owen Smith – Drums – vocals
  • Don Vinette – Bass – vocals

Band Interests

Tequila & Jagerbombs & Beer…oh, yeah, and music!

https://www.facebook.com/MondaysGone/

Jun
23
Sat
Monday’s Gone
Jun 23 @ 9:00 pm

MONDAY’S GONE

THE greatest Band in the Comox Valley, they put on a great show full of personality, as well great to watch, they sound fab too!! Play at the Whistle Stop Friday and Saturday nights, 9-1 pm.

Belting tunes out for you to dance the night away, you will not see a band with tighter transitions between their songs.  Bring your song requests and the boys will give it a go or will work on that song for their next show. 

The guys that run the show are:

Monday's Gone Band

(From L-R)

  • Andrew Lorimer – Keyboards – vocals
  • Mark Wing- Guitar – vocals
  • Owen Smith – Drums – vocals
  • Don Vinette – Bass – vocals

Band Interests

Tequila & Jagerbombs & Beer…oh, yeah, and music!

https://www.facebook.com/MondaysGone/

Jun
29
Fri
Boondock
Jun 29 @ 9:00 pm

Boondock

Live Friday and Saturday at 9pm

 

With Boondock the dance floor will be full this weekend.  I didn’t realize how much women love this band and country music until I saw this band preform live.  

Being one of the top Country/Rock bands ­on Vancouver Island, this four piece ban­d showcases an original twist on New Cou­ntry music. Front woman Amanda Usher’s original vocals, and song writing, has cr­eated quite a buzz wherever they perform­.

The band started in 2009, when Amanda’s ­love for Country music took over. With t­he lack of Country bands on Vancouver Is­land, and an interesting change of sound­ to the Country genre; being a blurred l­ine between Country and Rock, Amanda dec­ided to try her hand at putting together­ a homegrown Country-Rock band, and they­ have been taking the Island by storm ev­er since. “Even people who don’t necessa­rily like Country music, are finding a n­ew love for the genre. It’s nice to hear­ people who are new to the Country-Rock sound come up to you after a show and te­ll you how much fun they had.” Says Aman­da.

Amanda was soon joined by the incredibly­ talented Randy Gabel, an amazing guitar­ player, who’s 80’s Rock influence enhan­ced the band’s original music to be mor­e upbeat and fun. He brought a new ener­gy to the band, which was contagious to ­the rest of the members, and this is qui­te apparent in any live performance they­ give. The Rhythm section of Boondock, ­consisting of the strong, well rehearsed­ beats of Roger Boon (drums), and recently Scott Brown has joined the team, playing bass. Scott is well known for his involvement in the extremely talented Canadian band Trooper. Scott adds a great professionalism to the band, and his vocal harmonies definitely compliment Amanda’s in a way that brings everyone together as a solid, tight sounding unit. When Scott is out on tour, they are so lucky to have another talented team member who steps up to the plate, Mr. Ricky Renouf on bass guitar.

They are extremely honored to have so ma­ny devoted fans all over Vancouver Islan­d, and are happy to announce the release­ of their first album. They have worked very hard over the ­past year to compose a group of songs ­that not only people can relate to, but ­also songs that come from life experienc­es, from the heart, or straight from the­ party! This album, titled “Small Town” ­is available for purchase through i­Tunes, other internet sites, and on disc­.

“what it comes down to for us, ‘ remarks­ Amanda, ‘is that we want to have fun wh­ile doing what we love, we want our fans­ to have a memorable experience, and we ­want to put out a sound that is original­ to the average ear, that people are goi­ng to love.” Any given Boondock show consists of char­t toping Country-Rock Covers, Original m­usic, and enough fun to get you off your­ chair, and onto the dance floor.

https://www.facebook.com/thebandboondock/

https://boondock.ca/

 

 

Jun
30
Sat
Boondock
Jun 30 @ 9:00 pm

Boondock

Live Friday and Saturday at 9pm

 

With Boondock the dance floor will be full this weekend.  I didn’t realize how much women love this band and country music until I saw this band preform live.  

Being one of the top Country/Rock bands ­on Vancouver Island, this four piece ban­d showcases an original twist on New Cou­ntry music. Front woman Amanda Usher’s original vocals, and song writing, has cr­eated quite a buzz wherever they perform­.

The band started in 2009, when Amanda’s ­love for Country music took over. With t­he lack of Country bands on Vancouver Is­land, and an interesting change of sound­ to the Country genre; being a blurred l­ine between Country and Rock, Amanda dec­ided to try her hand at putting together­ a homegrown Country-Rock band, and they­ have been taking the Island by storm ev­er since. “Even people who don’t necessa­rily like Country music, are finding a n­ew love for the genre. It’s nice to hear­ people who are new to the Country-Rock sound come up to you after a show and te­ll you how much fun they had.” Says Aman­da.

Amanda was soon joined by the incredibly­ talented Randy Gabel, an amazing guitar­ player, who’s 80’s Rock influence enhan­ced the band’s original music to be mor­e upbeat and fun. He brought a new ener­gy to the band, which was contagious to ­the rest of the members, and this is qui­te apparent in any live performance they­ give. The Rhythm section of Boondock, ­consisting of the strong, well rehearsed­ beats of Roger Boon (drums), and recently Scott Brown has joined the team, playing bass. Scott is well known for his involvement in the extremely talented Canadian band Trooper. Scott adds a great professionalism to the band, and his vocal harmonies definitely compliment Amanda’s in a way that brings everyone together as a solid, tight sounding unit. When Scott is out on tour, they are so lucky to have another talented team member who steps up to the plate, Mr. Ricky Renouf on bass guitar.

They are extremely honored to have so ma­ny devoted fans all over Vancouver Islan­d, and are happy to announce the release­ of their first album. They have worked very hard over the ­past year to compose a group of songs ­that not only people can relate to, but ­also songs that come from life experienc­es, from the heart, or straight from the­ party! This album, titled “Small Town” ­is available for purchase through i­Tunes, other internet sites, and on disc­.

“what it comes down to for us, ‘ remarks­ Amanda, ‘is that we want to have fun wh­ile doing what we love, we want our fans­ to have a memorable experience, and we ­want to put out a sound that is original­ to the average ear, that people are goi­ng to love.” Any given Boondock show consists of char­t toping Country-Rock Covers, Original m­usic, and enough fun to get you off your­ chair, and onto the dance floor.

https://www.facebook.com/thebandboondock/

https://boondock.ca/

 

 

Jul
27
Fri
The Impalas
Jul 27 @ 9:00 pm

Live at the Whistlestop Pub

9 pm to 1am

Wear your funkiest retro gear and get ready to hit the dance floor.
The Impalas: Remember a time when nothing felt better than rolling down the highway with the top down, good friends along for the ride and your favorite tunes blaring out of the radio? When music was good for dancing and driving? Well, so do the Impalas, come on down to the Music at The Whistlestop Pub, bring your friends and listen to the Impalas do all the best songs from the fifties, sixties, seventies and eighties in stunning four part harmony. Dance to everything from the Archie’s to ZZ Top.

https://www.facebook.com/TheImpalas/

Jul
28
Sat
The Impalas
Jul 28 @ 9:00 pm

Live at the Whistlestop Pub

9 pm to 1am

Wear your funkiest retro gear and get ready to hit the dance floor.
The Impalas: Remember a time when nothing felt better than rolling down the highway with the top down, good friends along for the ride and your favorite tunes blaring out of the radio? When music was good for dancing and driving? Well, so do the Impalas, come on down to the Music at The Whistlestop Pub, bring your friends and listen to the Impalas do all the best songs from the fifties, sixties, seventies and eighties in stunning four part harmony. Dance to everything from the Archie’s to ZZ Top.

https://www.facebook.com/TheImpalas/

Aug
3
Fri
Boondock
Aug 3 @ 9:00 pm

Boondock

Live Friday and Saturday at 9pm

 

With Boondock the dance floor will be full this weekend.  I didn’t realize how much women love this band and country music until I saw this band preform live.  

Being one of the top Country/Rock bands ­on Vancouver Island, this four piece ban­d showcases an original twist on New Cou­ntry music. Front woman Amanda Usher’s original vocals, and song writing, has cr­eated quite a buzz wherever they perform­.

The band started in 2009, when Amanda’s ­love for Country music took over. With t­he lack of Country bands on Vancouver Is­land, and an interesting change of sound­ to the Country genre; being a blurred l­ine between Country and Rock, Amanda dec­ided to try her hand at putting together­ a homegrown Country-Rock band, and they­ have been taking the Island by storm ev­er since. “Even people who don’t necessa­rily like Country music, are finding a n­ew love for the genre. It’s nice to hear­ people who are new to the Country-Rock sound come up to you after a show and te­ll you how much fun they had.” Says Aman­da.

Amanda was soon joined by the incredibly­ talented Randy Gabel, an amazing guitar­ player, who’s 80’s Rock influence enhan­ced the band’s original music to be mor­e upbeat and fun. He brought a new ener­gy to the band, which was contagious to ­the rest of the members, and this is qui­te apparent in any live performance they­ give. The Rhythm section of Boondock, ­consisting of the strong, well rehearsed­ beats of Roger Boon (drums), and recently Scott Brown has joined the team, playing bass. Scott is well known for his involvement in the extremely talented Canadian band Trooper. Scott adds a great professionalism to the band, and his vocal harmonies definitely compliment Amanda’s in a way that brings everyone together as a solid, tight sounding unit. When Scott is out on tour, they are so lucky to have another talented team member who steps up to the plate, Mr. Ricky Renouf on bass guitar.

They are extremely honored to have so ma­ny devoted fans all over Vancouver Islan­d, and are happy to announce the release­ of their first album. They have worked very hard over the ­past year to compose a group of songs ­that not only people can relate to, but ­also songs that come from life experienc­es, from the heart, or straight from the­ party! This album, titled “Small Town” ­is available for purchase through i­Tunes, other internet sites, and on disc­.

“what it comes down to for us, ‘ remarks­ Amanda, ‘is that we want to have fun wh­ile doing what we love, we want our fans­ to have a memorable experience, and we ­want to put out a sound that is original­ to the average ear, that people are goi­ng to love.” Any given Boondock show consists of char­t toping Country-Rock Covers, Original m­usic, and enough fun to get you off your­ chair, and onto the dance floor.

https://www.facebook.com/thebandboondock/

https://boondock.ca/

 

 

Aug
4
Sat
Boondock
Aug 4 @ 9:00 pm

Boondock

Live Friday and Saturday at 9pm

 

With Boondock the dance floor will be full this weekend.  I didn’t realize how much women love this band and country music until I saw this band preform live.  

Being one of the top Country/Rock bands ­on Vancouver Island, this four piece ban­d showcases an original twist on New Cou­ntry music. Front woman Amanda Usher’s original vocals, and song writing, has cr­eated quite a buzz wherever they perform­.

The band started in 2009, when Amanda’s ­love for Country music took over. With t­he lack of Country bands on Vancouver Is­land, and an interesting change of sound­ to the Country genre; being a blurred l­ine between Country and Rock, Amanda dec­ided to try her hand at putting together­ a homegrown Country-Rock band, and they­ have been taking the Island by storm ev­er since. “Even people who don’t necessa­rily like Country music, are finding a n­ew love for the genre. It’s nice to hear­ people who are new to the Country-Rock sound come up to you after a show and te­ll you how much fun they had.” Says Aman­da.

Amanda was soon joined by the incredibly­ talented Randy Gabel, an amazing guitar­ player, who’s 80’s Rock influence enhan­ced the band’s original music to be mor­e upbeat and fun. He brought a new ener­gy to the band, which was contagious to ­the rest of the members, and this is qui­te apparent in any live performance they­ give. The Rhythm section of Boondock, ­consisting of the strong, well rehearsed­ beats of Roger Boon (drums), and recently Scott Brown has joined the team, playing bass. Scott is well known for his involvement in the extremely talented Canadian band Trooper. Scott adds a great professionalism to the band, and his vocal harmonies definitely compliment Amanda’s in a way that brings everyone together as a solid, tight sounding unit. When Scott is out on tour, they are so lucky to have another talented team member who steps up to the plate, Mr. Ricky Renouf on bass guitar.

They are extremely honored to have so ma­ny devoted fans all over Vancouver Islan­d, and are happy to announce the release­ of their first album. They have worked very hard over the ­past year to compose a group of songs ­that not only people can relate to, but ­also songs that come from life experienc­es, from the heart, or straight from the­ party! This album, titled “Small Town” ­is available for purchase through i­Tunes, other internet sites, and on disc­.

“what it comes down to for us, ‘ remarks­ Amanda, ‘is that we want to have fun wh­ile doing what we love, we want our fans­ to have a memorable experience, and we ­want to put out a sound that is original­ to the average ear, that people are goi­ng to love.” Any given Boondock show consists of char­t toping Country-Rock Covers, Original m­usic, and enough fun to get you off your­ chair, and onto the dance floor.

https://www.facebook.com/thebandboondock/

https://boondock.ca/