DINNER MUSIC: From left to right

Dinner music supplied by three well-known Canadian musicians at Qualicum Beach restaurant

The trio also played two sold-out events over the weekend

  • Jan. 22, 2015 1:00 p.m.

DINNER MUSIC: From left to right, Tom Taylor, Barney Bentall and Shari Ulrich wandered into the crowd Jan. 15 so people in the lounge at Thalassa Restaurant could get up close and personal with the Canadian musicians. The trio performed over two nights to sold out crowds in Qualicum Beach.

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