The Codi Jazz Trio will be performing at Deez Bar and Grill tonight. From left

Local jazz trio set to impress at Deez in Qualicum tonight

A local trio of skilled and versatile musicians are playing tonight at Deez Bar and Grill

The Codi Band plays classic rock, funk, R&B, blues, reggae, jazz, country and more. The group is made up of four seasoned musicians, each with impressive musical backgrounds.

The players are Gary Hodi on keyboards and vocals, Colin Campbell on vocals, guitar and horn, Doug Gretsinger on bass guitar and Tony Toly on drums and vocals. Tonight it will be the Codi Jazz Trio performing at Deez from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Hodi and Campbell also play every Wednesday evening from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Shady Rest Pub. The two sing harmonies while performing jazz standards  and more.


Visit for more on the Codi Band and its upcoming shows.



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