A new blues event at the MAC will feature Blue Python Friday

Parksville-Blues Cabaret at the MAC this Friday features Blue Python

LISSA ALEXANDER

reporter@pqbnews.com

Blues will be continuing at the McMillan Arts Centre, but with a different twist.

A Blues Cabaret every second Friday of the month will be based at The MAC, taking the place of the Monday Night Blues Jams.

Blue Python is a group of professional musicians from around the area, including Chris Raines on guitar and vocals, Jim Lynch on bass, Regan Myers on Hammond organ and Gary Langen on drums and vocals.

The group will take the show around the area, carrying their music to other areas within the MACs mandated coverage area, and inviting special guests to join them.

Catch Blue Python at the MAC Friday, April 12 from 7:30-9:30, admission is $10. This is an adult only event.

 

 

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