LIVE MUSIC AT DRINKWATERS- JAZZ, BLUES, FOLK & EASY LISTENING
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT in APRIL - 6:00 pm to 9;00 PM
Dinner, Wine and Live Music are all the menu for Saturday Nights in April at Drinkwaters.
Whether you prefer Jazz, Blues, or easy listening Folk Music, come down and enjoy our evening live performers - no cover.
SATURDAY APR 1 - BRIGET PANYCH
Bridget is a singer & guitarist specializing in Jazz & Folk. Bridget plays an array of covers and original material.
SATURDAY APR 8 - ThE BIG MESS
“A highly charged melting pot of music where well-known classics cozy up to unexpected rarities, with inimitable spontaneity, bringing delight & inspiration to all ages .
The Big Mess coaxes audiences down the rabbit hole into a tantalizing world at once nostalgic & exotic, sultry & sweet, nutty & playful, and just a glimpse of the deranged.”
VoxMan Kyle, the ever-experimenting mad scientist of lyric & groove escaped from the zoo on a full moon with plans to storm Broadway while maintaining a nasty binge of the Blues. VoxMan’s vocal nature is a shapeshifter: snappy, sexy, liquid and lewd.
As yin to VoxMan’s wild yang is Marty Shepard, aka Dad, a bluesy mage & jazzy sage. He plays his horn like a thousand years of oral storytelling blooming into a passionate kiss at the heart of a blazing dance party.
Saturday Apr 15th -LAZY MIKE and the RECLINERS
"It seems ironic that a band that calls themselvesLazy Mike and the Rockin’ Recliners is considered to be one of the hardest working Blues bands on Vancouver Island!"
Lazy Mike and the Recliners are returning to Sproat Lake Landing after two packed performances earlier this year!
At the nucleus of Lazy Mike and the Rockin’ Recliners is Father/Son team "Lazy" Mike Mallon, Vocals & Harmonica, & Carson "Slim" Mallon, Guitar & Vocals, creating a musical bond with a fresh spin on Lowdown Blues with a rock steady rhythm section it is nothin' but harp driven' blues!
SATURDAY APR 22nd - Michelle Edwardson
Michelle Edwardson is a singer songwriter from Nanaimo, B.C. She brings some energetic easy listening acoustic music to the table. With lovely ballads and corky tunes, a relaxing and enjoyable evening is inevitable. Travelling fuelsher creativity so she has been playing shows around the Island and across North America for the last couple of years. This beautiful island is a huge inspiration and have an incredible influence on her original tunes.
SATURDAY APR 29 - MYC SHARRAT
Armed with an arsenal of bluesy guitar licks that hit like old whiskey and a smoky sweet voice that should be bottled for backyard barbecues, Myc Sharratt writes songs that draw from the heart, the working man, the dreamer.
Born and raised on Vancouver Island, Sharratt grew up listening to his parents’ record collection—heavy on guitar greats such as Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix. By the time Sharratt picked up the guitar at age 15, he had stockpiled a versatile catalogue of influences which now included singer-songwriters such as Dave Matthews and John Mayer. While enrolled in university, a chance encounter with members of the acoustic rock band Flannel Jimmy led Sharratt to set aside his scholastic endeavours and record his first two albums “Incomplete” and “Blueprint”, with Flannel Jimmy’s drummer Ryan Stewart at the helm. The latter album earned 5 Vancouver Island Music Award nominations, winning one for Male Vocalist of the Yea
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm