Easy Street (Dave Devindisch

Nanoose Bay finds way to Easy Street

Comox Valley duo to bring smooth jazz, comedic flair to Jan. 8 performance at Smoke N' Water

Smoke N’ Water Restaurant will be living on Easy Street Friday night when Annie Handley and Dave Devindisch step up to the stage for an evening of jazzy music and fun.

The duo, performing as Easy Street, will play beginning at 7 p.m. at the Pacific Shores Resort restaurant in Nanoose Bay. The multi-instrumentalist cover tunes ranging from the 1940s to today, with the emphasis alternating between Handley’s silky smooth vocals and Devindisch’s comedic approach to serving as master of ceremonies while accompanying on upright bass and harmony.

The event is open to all ages and there is no cover charge. For more info or to check out the full lineup of entertainment at Smoke N’ Water, call 250-468-7192 or visit www.smokenwater.com.

— Submitted by Smoke N’ Water

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