Soul-infused blues

Blue Cadillac playing the Shady Rest Pub Saturday night in Qualicum Beach

LISSA ALEXANDER

reporter@pqbnews.com

Unwind and get into the groove of June with a high-energy blues band at the Shady Rest Pub this Saturday night.

Blue Cadillac will perform an up-tempo blend of soul infused blues and R&B, including some original music.

The group combines powerful vocals, smooth harmonies and dynamic guitar playing with a tight rhythm section.

The band is comprised of Frank Alexander as lead vocalist, Fraser Kerley on guitar and vocals, Geoff Petersen on percussion and harmonies and Ron Lukawitski on bass and harmonies.

The band plays from 7 to 11 p.m. on June 7.

There will be a $100 gift basket given away during the evening as a door prize.

For more information visit the band’s website at www.thebluecadillacband.com.

The Shady Rest Pub is located in Qualicum Beach.

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

 

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