COMING EVENTS

Keith Hallett
Wednesday, Oct 01
Here's a band based out of the east coast of Canada you 'otta see. has been playing blues back and forth across Canada for the last six years. For the past few years Keith collaborated with his good pal Garrett Mason as they travelled the "Garrett Mason Show." Now with his new project you will see Keith and the boys explore the land with this new cosmic music. You won't see Keith on the internet shamelessly promoting himself, so you better come out and see him in person with the "Worlds Fair". Showtime 830PM | $5 cover 1/2 OFF wings & $4 drink menu available

The Jazz Series at Fratters: Jim Brenan Quartet
Thursday, Oct 02
Barrelhouse Productions presents: The Jazz Concert series at Fratters: Oct 2: Jim Brenan Quartet Nov 6: The Don Berner Sextet Dec 4: Mike Murley & The A/B Trio Jan 8: Twisted Lobby Feb 6: The Jerrold Dubyk Quintet Mar 5: The Chris Andrew Quintet Showtime 8PM| $20 adv tix for each show | Tix available at Fratters & abarrelhouseproductions@gmail.com

The Whisper Kings
Friday, Oct 03
Join us and enjoy a weekend of Bluesy, Funky, Groovy music ... we will make you wanna dance in your seats ... no word of a lie ... I will bring all my saxophones just for you all fine lovers of live music ... joining me on stage is this fine group of artists, the best in the music industry ... excellent singer & guitarist Tom Roschkov ... groovy bassist Paul Acason Finn ... on the drums & like a funky metronome Kelly Pikula ... fine venue, great food & drinks ... and the staff will treat you like gold...tell all your friends, family, ex in laws, dogs & cats y'all ... we want all of you to have a great night of live music with us.

The Whisper Kings
Saturday, Oct 04
Join us and enjoy a weekend of Bluesy, Funky, Groovy music ... we will make you wanna dance in your seats ... no word of a lie ... I will bring all my saxophones just for you all fine lovers of live music ... joining me on stage is this fine group of artists, the best in the music industry ... excellent singer & guitarist Tom Roschkov ... groovy bassist Paul Acason Finn ... on the drums & like a funky metronome Kelly Pikula ... fine venue, great food & drinks ... and the staff will treat you like gold...tell all your friends, family, ex in laws, dogs & cats y'all ... we want all of you to have a great night of live music with us.

Sunday Cinema: Alfred Hitchcock
Sunday, Oct 05
Open at 4PM serving good food & fine beverages. Movie night on the big screen! Showtime 7PM | Alfred Hitchcock film | No cover 1/2 OFF wine & $3 OFF steaks

Lynn Jackson
Wednesday, Oct 08
Singer/songwriter. More information: www.lynnjackson.net Showtime 830PM | no cover

Locomotive Ghost
Thursday, Oct 09

MD Wren & The Sick Kids w/ Boots & The Hoots
Friday, Oct 10
MD Wren assembled some of the best country & western players in Victoria, steeped them in the traditions if punk and rock, placed them in a microwave on high and mutated them into what is now known as The Sick Kids. Joined with local outlaw country heros Boots & The Hoots! Come & watch them stagger. Showtime 9Pm | $7 cover

Blue Moon Marquee
Saturday, Oct 11
is a unique and individual band that stem from the Alberta badlands swinging in a gypsy blue tuxedo that will bend your ears with the low light and blue smoke. Showtime 9PM | $10 cover

Sunday Cinema: Alfred Hitchcock
Sunday, Oct 12
Come enjoy fine eats and drinks starting at 4PM. Stay for a movie on the big screen! Screening Alfred Hitchcock for the month of October. Sjowtime 7PM | No Civer

Tom Wilson ( Blackie & The Rodeo Kings/ Junkhouse/ LeE HARVeY OsMOND)
Wednesday, Oct 15
Advance tickets in sale now!! $20 Adv/$25 door. Available at Fratters/ 53rd Street Music/ The Soundhouse Guitar & Record Shop) Tom Wilson is a three time multi-gold record awarded Canadian musician. The songs he has written have been recorded by Sarah McLachlan, Colin James, Lucinda Williams, Billy Ray Cyrus, Mavis Staples, The Rankin Family as well as his own band Junkhouse, who scored eleven Top Ten hits; and Juno-winning Blackie and the Rodeo Kings (one of Wilson's songs was widely publicized for its presence on George Bush's iPod). His most recent incarnation, Lee Harvey Osmond, has received extensive airplay throughout the United States and as a result has been on tour in the United States for the last two years. LeE HARVeY OsMOND “…this is the first must-have record of 2013. …the music Bob Dylan would have made if he could sing and play guitar like Mark Knopfler.” Berkeley Place

Morgan Davis
Friday, Oct 17
Country-blues. More information at: morgandavis.com Showtime 9PM| $10 cover

Jeremy Fisher w/ Joe Nolan
Saturday, Oct 18
After developing a devoted fan base through five folk-influenced releases, Jeremy Fisher boldly ventures in a new direction with THE LEMON SQUEEZE. Don't let the title fool you. There isn't a single sour note on the album that is more tight pop than folk. Joined with opener Joe Nolan. Showtime 9PM Advance tickets on sale now at Fratters | 53rd Street Music | The Soundhouse