August lineup at the Shady Rest in Qualicum Beach

Two new, local bands have been added to the entertainment lineup

This month, the Shady Rest is featuring to new local bands — Silk Mischief and Rangers — in its Saturday night entertainment lineup.

Aug. 6 is Silk Mischief featuring Bev Finch on vocals.

Finch said the band crosses all the boundaries, but she added the band’s staple would be country-blues and folk-blues.

Aug. 13 is Deaf Aids, a Beatles cover band, featuring music from the beginning of the Fab Four’s career to their final album.

Aug. 20 is rock band The Enablers.

Aug. 27 is Rangers performing rock ’n’ roll and classic rock.

Leigh Holm, one of the band members, said the four-person group has been together for four years.

Holm said the group is excited to be performing at the Shady Rest.

The Saturday night concerts start at 7 p.m. at the Shady Rest (3109 W. Island Hwy., Qualicum Beach).

On Wednesdays at 6 p.m., pianist and vocalist Gary Hodi and friends will be playing jazz, blues, contemporary and rock. Fridays are music trivia night starting at 7 p.m.

For more information, call 250-752-9111 or visit www.shadyrest.ca.

— NEWS Staff/Shady Rest

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