Live music at Smoke ‘N Water

Easy Street will be playing Friday night and Dr's of Rock 'N Roll will be performing Saturday night

Live music at Smoke ’N Water this Friday and Saturday.

Friday night is Easy Street with Annie Handley and Dave Devindisch, multi-instrumentalist artists. They play music from the 1940s to current songs of today in their own jazzy style.

Saturday is the Dr’s of Rock ’N Roll, a Nanaimo-based group. Their repetoire includes all-time favourite hits from Buddy Holly, Glenn Miller, Herman’s Hermit’s, Elvis Presley, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Beatles and more.

The performances start at 7 p.m. at Smoke ’N Water (1-1600 Strougler Rd., Nanoose Bay).

— submitted by Smoke ’N Water

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