Vocalist and pianist Diane Lines will perform with her trio Sunday

Qualicum Beach-Diane Lines and her trio are performing at TOSH this Sunday

Diane Lines and her trio are performing at TOSH this Sunday.

A popular Vancouver performer with the Dal Richard Orchestra is returning to Qualicum Beach with her trio to play in the Music on Sunday series at the Old School House Arts Centre March 30.

The Diane Lines Trio will perform from 2:30 to 4:30 and admission is $16.

Diane Lines has performed on six continents as a pianist and vocalist and was Michael Bublé’s pianist for two years.

She has also recorded and toured with Juno Award winning singer/songwriter Gary Fjellgaard and appears on some of his CDs.

Lines has been the keyboardist and vocalist for Canada’s “King of Swing” Dal Richards and his Orchestra for the last nine years and she is featured on four of his albums.

Recently Lines, (with co-creators Tony Chamberlist and Voni Grindler), premiered her new show, “Jump!”—a celebration of ’40s and ’50s era swing, boogie-woogie, and jump blues music.

The Diane Lines trio features Jennifer Hodge on bass and Tony Chamberlist on drums.

Get tickets ahead of time at TOSH. For more information call 250-752-6133 or visit the website at www.theoldschoolhouse.org.

 

—News Staff

 

 

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