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Things get back into full swing this week with jazz jam and Flipfest fundraiser

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Things pick up this week, beginning tonight at the Slice with a big rap show featuring Evil Ebenezer of SDK plus West Coast O and J Marsh. There will be local support from the PSychonauts, Pyke, ONTK  and JPB.

 Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets James Oldenburg plays gigs with Bandemonium and hosts the jazz jam at to Owl Acoustic Lounge with HBO3. Photo by Richard Ameryare $10 in advance $20 at the door.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 17,  the Slice features a special FLIPfest fundraiser with Montreal’s Duchess Says, Windsor, Ontario’s Partner and local band W.I.T.S.

Duchess Says are members of the Church of Budgerigars who formed in 2003 to spread the word of the Duchess (spiritual Budgie) through synth powered indie rock.

 Partner are  best friends Josée Caron and Lucy Niles who released their debut CD in πIn Search of lost Time” who were named best new band in Canada by the Globe and mail. W.I.T.S Are a local synth pop band.

 Tickets are $15 from the Slice or Blueprint or $20 at the door. It is a fundraiser for this year’s edition of FLIPfest, a  multi-venue Femme positive music festival which was a highlight of last year.

Jazz jams return to the Owl Acoustic Lounge this week as well, with HBO3 hosting the first jazz jam of the new year, Jan. 17. They have a busy week as guitarist James Oldenburg, bassist Paul Holden and drummer Brad Brouwer are also playing Casino Lethbridge this weekend with Bandemonium.


On the weekend, get ready to have those toes tapping and hands clapping as Edmonton based Celtic rock band the Derina Harvey Band return to the Slice, Jan, 19. Tickets are $15 for the show, which begins at 9 p.m.

 Local indie rock band the Utilities return to the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Jan. 19 in support of their brand new CD “Heavy South.”
 The Owl  Acoustic Lounge features local classic rock/ psychedelic rock band the Decadent Phase performing on Jan. 20.

— by Richard Amery, L.a. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 16 January 2018 09:52 )  
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