Local Performers.....

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The Poor Boy Rodger Band 

The Poor Boy Rodger Blues Band is one of West-mans hardest working bands, while primarily a blues band they often throw in enough of everything to keep most crowds entertained. The band has got a Colin James, Eric Clapton rockin' drive to the songs they play and  perform  with the passion of players that love what they're doing.
  Formed in 2002 as an acoustic duo, playing mostly delta style blues it has since grown into a hard driving Chicago style blues band with the addition of the rhythm section from Brandon's rock band 18 Rabbit.  In the past the Poor Boy Rodger Band has been busy warming up for bigger acts such as The Northern Pikes, Big Dave McLean, Jack Semple, Billy Joe Green, Tracy K, Brent Parkin and Kristi Johnston and Poor Boy also played for the Pan Am Games when held in Manitoba. The band is made up of Keith "Poor Boy" Rodger on lead and slide guitar, harmonica and vocals - Mark "Professor Peewee" Schroeder on lead and slide guitar and vocals - Ryan "Fuzzy" Felstead on bass - Darren "Dirt" Cherewayko on drums. 
 

Contact::

Website:  http://poorboyrodgerband.bravehost.com/ or     http://www.myspace.com/poorboyrodgerband
Keith at 726-4550 or
rodgerk@westman.wave.ca
Darren at 571-6619


The LBD Blues Band

Lyndon Bournon on guitar & vocals

Brenda Bournon on bass

Doug Sullivan on drums.

For LBD Blues Band Bookings (and for The UKadians), please phone (204) 571 9502
e-mail lyndonbournon@hotmail.com


The Majestics

The Majestics, featuring Gerry Perkin (guitar, vocals), Shelley Hardinge (vocals), Richie Hardinge (bass), Dave Oakey (blues harp, keys, vocals), Kevin Pahl  and Roger Dufour (drums).

 

 

 

 

 

 


the girl next door

Shelley Lynne & Richie Hardinge.  This is a duo playing some of the great songs they grew up listening to. Shelley Lynne sings a tribute to Billy Holiday, Patsy Cline, Peggy Lee, Mae West, Irma Thomas, Memphis Minnie, Bessie Smith, Ruth Brown and many more beautiful songbirds. In this world of trance and music that doesn't have the right to call itself music Shelley Lynne is bringing back the greatest songs of all time. Her only regret is that her grandparents are no longer with us. They'd all agree that It's been too long!

 http://www.myspace.com/hipshakinmamaisnextdoor 


 

Bill and Sue-On Hillman

 See Report on the band in past events page

Over the past 40 years we've enjoyed playing a wide variety of styles and genres: rock 'n' roll, country, big band, folk, western, old time, rock, bluegrass, pop, gospel, country rock, originals, cajun . . .  and every combination of the above. . . but we keep returning to the music that forms the bedrock of so many of the music styles we enjoy
. . . the Blues.  For more information on us  
http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/bluesintro.html

 Hillman discography and musical history  http://home.westman.wave.ca/~hillmans/odyssey1.html

If your interested in guitars you might want to browse Bill's collection. 

Here are a couple of labors of love for Blues Lovers, the two pages may be slow loading as they contain images of over 100 of the top blues artists    Blues Hall of Fame I     Blues Hall of Fame  II      also Bill's Pukatawagan Blues experience text version


 ( Left to Right ) James Westbury  Theresa Morrison-Meyers  Paul Solon  Ken Jarvin  Darrell Juliak

 

 


 

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