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April 24-April 30, 2017


Music For Big Kids

A taste of what you will get when the White Rock Blues Society hosts their big 10th birthday Party.


(see below for ticket info)

Musician Funny of the Week


Captaion Maniac's Weekly Podcast - Better Than Anything On The Radio

Broadcasting live from the girls washroom at QE High!

This week on the Captain Maniac Show on Mixcloud! We’ve already done shows where the songs were popularized by the likes of Elvis, the Beatles or the Rolling Stones, but Monday we present the best of the rest… original versions of songs that became more famous by other artists! The hit version of the song you remember may well have been performed previously by the songwriter (case in point, All Along the Watchtower or Black Magic Woman), and it’s possible that well-known songs had an earlier incarnation that later became acclaimed by established bands and singers. But as the saying goes, “it’s the *second* mouse that gets the cheese,” so here are early examples of songs we all know which became much more popular the second time around!

(;listen here)





-Blue Grass Jam Every Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Crescent Beach Legion

- West Beach Bar & Grill Open Mic




- Washington Avenue Grill TWO GUITARS

- THURSDAY NIGHT KARAOKE/Sawbucks Pub - Almost Famous Karaoke with Jacqueline Stone (or Cassandra Frie) The music starts tonight at 9 PM



- Elks / White Rock KARAOKE Every Friday evening 7 p.m. - 11:30

- Washington Avenue Grill

- West Beach Bar & Grill the monthly visit from the incomparable TOKEN RHYME. Grat night of classic rock and dancing.

- Hemingway's White Rock/live blues 7-10 p.m SEAN MILLER

- CLUB 240 Miss



- Washington Avenue Grill live music

- Hemingways live blues 7-9 p./m. RICK VOISEY

- West Beach Bar & Grill live music

- Sawbuck's Pub - THE LENNYS



- West Beach SAMI GHAWI Sunday Night Jam

- ELKS Sunday afternoon jam.

Elks Hall George Street White Rock-the Sunday Jam Session ​with your host Don Alton. 4-6 pm
The Jam session is becoming very popular so come early to get a good seat in the Lounge.

- Crescent Beach Legion Sunday Jazz 2 - 5 p.m.




STEVE NEWTON of the Georgia Striaght has compiled a complete list of 200 concerts coming to the Lower Mainland in May.

(read the full schedule)



Check out all the great shows coming up at BLUE FROG studios. Order your tickets. (click here)

JACK DE KEYZER Blues Guitar Virtuoso

Friday May 5, 2017
Doors 6:00pm // Show 7:00pm SORRY SOLD OUT
Doors: 9:00pm // Show: 930pm

JACK DE KEYZER is a multi Juno, Maple Blues Award winning blues guitarist who tours the world with his hot blues, sweet soul and cool jazz stylings.

Jack de Keyzer plays the blues world wide, from the Arctic Circle to Puerto Escondido, Mexico; from Athens, Greece to Hornby Island, BC. One of Canada’s most awarded and in demand blues guitarists, he has released 9 CD’s and 1 DVD. An exciting live performer, soulful vocalist and world class song writer, de Keyzer performs an average of 120 shows per year and has brought audiences to their feet at many major Jazz and Blues Festivals including the Montreal Jazz Fest, Blues Sur Seine (France) The Ottawa Blues Festival and Puerto Blues, (Mexico). Much celebrated, de Keyzer has been nominated for the Juno (Blues Album) 5 X and won the Juno twice in 2003 and 2010. He has won 7 Maple Blues Awards, 1st place in the International Songwriting Competition and CBC’s Great Canadian Blues Award from a poll of radio listeners. Always touring with an incredible band, Jack will have you rocking in your seat to his hot blues, sweet soul and cool jazz. World class.

“The finest blues guitarist in Canada” - Jeff Healey

“If Jack de Keyzer was from Chicago, New York or LA, he’d be famous” - Bob Dylan



Friday, May 12th | Doors 7pm | Music 8pm
Saturday, May 13th | Doors 7pm | Music 8pm

“Where Have All the Flowers Gone”, “Tom Dooley”, “Greenback Dollar”, “They Call the Wind Maria”, “Seasons in the Sun”, “It Was a Very Good Year”

The Kingston Trio is described as "the most envied, the most imitated, and the most successful singing group, folk or otherwise, in all show business" and "the undisputed kings of the folk singing rage by every yardstick”. They rose to international popularity, fueled by unprecedented record sales, and helped to alter the direction of popular music in the U.S.

The Lion Sons are the closest thing to the original Kingston Trio that exists today. You bear witness to the energy, charisma, vocal power and acoustic domination that transports you to a time when The Kingston Trio was the band everyone emulated, loved and appreciated for the simplicity and purity of their sound.

Josh Reynolds and Mike Marvin are the son and nephew/adopted son of Kingston Trio original Nick Reynolds. They grew up in the same household spending much of their time accompanied by their childhood friend Tim Gorelangton; whose natural abundant musical talent and vocal tenacity was quickly identified by the famous Trio members. This was a musical home, an environment that was frequented by the biggest names in show business.

Josh, Mike and Tim were inspired by, motivated by and intentionally or not, mentored by affiliation each time a famous performer sat down in their living room, picked up a guitar or banjo and sang a song. There was nothing more natural than playing the music that was around them. It took quite a few years before they were able to duplicate the sound that had won the hearts of the world.

If you were lucky enough to have seen and heard the original Kingston Trio in the 50s and 60s, come now, and relive the cultural sensation that represents the greatest moment of Déjà-vu that can come your way for the price of a concert ticket. The Lion Sons.

(CLICK HERE to purchase your Blue Frog tickets)




Friday April 28th is the return of the Ocean Park Wailers to Club 240

Spawned in the heart of beautiful Ocean Park Surrey, the Ocean Park Wailers is an organic musical project. It began as three experienced but retired musicians coming back to their craft. At first, it was to
just jam and play some of their favorite tunes from the past five decades. It has swelled and transformed into a popular seven-member South Surrey band that particularly delights the dancers in the crowd. From the deep Blues, to Rock and R & B, to Roots and originals, the Wailers play what they love - and judging from the audience reaction…it shows.
Club 240 is located at the Crescent Beach Legion 2643 128th Street, South Surrey Phone (604) 535-1043
All tickets are $20 and are available at the Legion box office daily from 3pm-9pm, online at or at the door.
Doors open for all shows at 7pm Showtime 8pm
For for information on this or any future shows, please go to our website at
See you at Club 240!!





We have some special plans for the May 20th long weekend to celebrate the White Rock Blues Society's 10th Anniversary .

Friday May 19th. Open House Presentation and film about the blues to be held in the restaurant next to the Rhumba Room at the Pacific Inn Resort.

Saturday May 20th.

Jason Buie Blues Band will debut their brand new CD Saturday night.

The show will be in the Costa Brava Ballroom down by the garden. Southern BBQ will be available for purchase with doors opening for those wanting to have something tasty to eat for the show. Limited seating so get your tickets as soon as they are available on line. Tickets will be $45.00 in advance and $50.00 at the door. We have had the Band play for us on two different occasions and both events were sell outs.

Sunday Afternoon 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Musical showcase for local musicians to meet and greet playing 25 minute sets. Open to the public no cover charge. Being held in the Costa Brava Ballroom next to the garden. More great southern BBQ will be available prepared by Chef Darin.





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