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Lethbridge Jazz and Blues Festival Jazz evening with the Shuffle Demons
Sat, Jun 15


Time: 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m.


The Shuffle Demons

Richard Underhill - alto sax/vocals
Perry White - tenor sax/bari sax
Kelly Jefferson - tenor sax
George Koller - bass/vocals
Stich Wynston - drums/vocals

The Shuffle Demons first broke onto the Canadian music scene in 1984
with an electrifying musical fusion that drew in equal measure from
Sun Ra, Charles Mingus, Run DMC and the Beastie Boys. The band was one
of the first indie acts to break out on MuchMusic. This band was genre
bending, highly visually entertaining, funny, and best of all, could
really PLAY. All their eye catching, crowd pleasing stunts were backed
up by incredibly solid musicianship and real ground-breaking playing.

Over a twenty eight year span The Shuffle Demons have released eight
CDs, two hit videos, won several music awards, done numerous tv and
radio appearances and toured nationally and internationally including
25 cross Canada tours, 5 US tours, 16 European tours, as well as tours
of Mexico, India, China, Japan, Thailand, South Korea, Australia, New
Zealand and Cuba playing on big festival stages, theatres and clubs.

The band continues the tradition today with a great line-up of players
that includes Juno Award winner Richard Underhill -sax & vox, Perry
White and Kelly Jefferson - saxes, George Koller - bass and Stich Wynston -drums.

Expect the same exciting, no holds barred performances that feature
wild romps in the crowd, free jazz moments, danceable funk, poetry,
killer solos and more.


Yates Theatre-Sterndale Bennett Theatre
1002 - 4 Avenue South.
T1J 0P6
Country: ca


The Yates Theatre is located downtown next to Lethbidge City Hall. It is a great room which hosts a variety of shows including music and comedy from Ian Tyson to Ron James.

 The Genevieve E. Yates Memorial Centre consists of two performance spaces, the Yates Theatre, a 486 seat proscenium theatre, and the Sterndale Bennett Theatre, a black box theatre with a maximum audience capacity of 180. Several facilities are shared between the two theatres. These include a costume construction/sewing room; a set construction workshop; set, costume, and property storage areas; offices; box office and concessions. In addition to serving as a performance venue, the Yates Memorial Centre also houses an art gallery in the upper mezzanine area. Works from new and established visual artists are displayed on a rotating basis for the enjoyment of both theatre patrons and the general public. 

Ticket Centre - (403) 329-7328