The Cole Patenaude Band can’t wait to bring their new tunes close to home at the Watershed in Walnut Grove. With a full band and some blues-rock-country jams, the guys are ready to roll. Come on out for a delicious dinner menu, drinks and tasty treats while you listen! Doors open at 6, music starts at 7. Tickets available online or at the door.
Come check out some emerging local talent at The Bez Arts Hub in Langley!
D Fretter “has a knack for honest heartfelt lyrics and catchy tunes that he draws from a depth of life experience that somehow defies his age. “
Alex Platt delivers riveting emotional interpretations of classical music as well as performing some mighty fine original tunes as he takes the audience on new adventures with his electric guitar and loop pedal.
Cole Patenaude is a fantastic singer songwriter from Horsefly BC and he has a killer band. Influenced by the greatness of Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, John Mayer and a deep desire to make his dad proud, Cole has spent the last decade writing songs and nurturing his guitar chops.
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Fresh off the summer festival boat comes The Cole Patenaude Band has blues on the mind. Silky old school rhythms will guide you through the epic battle between guitar and organ, verse and chorus.
With an opening performance by the fine friend of Folk Colin Easthope, you’ll find yourself warmly welcomed and deeply entertained.
Doors open at 8, show starts at 9. $10 cover at the door.
Set in the beautiful paradise of Horsefly, BC, Arts on the Fly 2018 boasts 4 stages and tons of incredible talent. The Cole Patenaude band takes the mainstage Friday night, hitting festival goers with some serious blues rock to start things off right. Check them out Saturday afternoon at the gorgeous River Stage, a spot you don't want to miss. Check out www.artsonthefly.com for ticket info.
"Each summer, people from all walks of life gather in Smithers BC, to share a universal love of music at the Midsummer Music Festival. Created in 1984, a handful of music lovers envisioned the Midsummer Festival creating a family-positive musical event, now proudly the longest running music festival in Northern BC. We are proud to be welcomed to the Wet'suwet'en's First Nations lands in the heart of the breathtaking Bulkley Valley." www.smithersmusicfest.com
The Cole Patenaude Band will be hitting the main stage on Saturday, June 30th. We would love to see you there!
Two full electric sets of rocking blues. Delicious food, delectable drinks - all served up in the intimate setting of the Watershed Arts Cafe. A local venue feels just right to these lower-mainland boys and man do they want to see you there. Stay tuned for ticket info!
The Cole Patenaude Band is beyond giddy to be opening for Pharis & Jason's CD release weekend, with two nights of soulful music and good times to be had all around.
"Pharis and Jason Romero live in the tiny town of Horsefly, BC, where they raise two small kids, make handmade banjos as the J. Romero Banjo Co, and write, play and teach old and new roots music. They’ve won a Juno Award, Canadian Folk Music Awards, and a Western Canadian Music Award for their three releases as a duo so far, and have toured near and wide with their heartbreakingly harmonic live show in an ever-evolving and never-ending quest for good songs and beautiful sounds.
This Rogue Folk show is to celebrate a CD release tour for Pharis & Jason’s newest album (and the first of all original songs), Sweet Old Religion. The record is adventurous in the couple’s love of early folk music, with light, love and time as the leading themes. It’s a record that sounds like over a decade of playing and listening together. The songs, written over the past three years, explore the work-love-life-relationship balance while being work-at-home parents and bringing two young children on the road, losing loved ones, optimism for the future, and deep gratitude for a loving community following a disastrous fire. Part duets and part featuring guests, it’s Pharis & Jason at their very finest, their most open, and their most givin’ ‘er. And special for this show - they’ve got a band! Marc Jenkins on pedal steel and Patrick Metzger on bass will join them for this much-anticipated evening."
"The Wooden Horsemen and The Cole Patenaude Band live for one night only at the Limelight Theatre in Williams Lake.
These beauties have teamed up to bring you a full evening of swampy blues and indie rock. We'll get the dancefloor of the Limelight Theatre bouncing with three full sets of music.
As usual, this event is all-ages and licensed. Proceeds from the bar go towards the 2018 Arts on the Fly summer festival.
Tickets are just $15 suggested, available at www.artsonthefly.com or care of the fine folks at Red Shreds Bike and Board Shed."
"Arts on the Fly is extremely excited to present, for the first time, Dark Times: a three-day, three-venue music festival taking over downtown Williams Lake BC, March 2 to 4, 2018. To soothe your aching seasonal affects, or general lack of hope for the human species, Dark Times is a thick blanket of warm harmonies and hip-swaying beats. It is a chance for us to come together, in all our glorious broken forms, tug each others' heart strings, and relish in the possibility that the end is nigh."
Tickets are available at www.artsonthefly.com/darktimes
362 Powell St., Vancouver BC
19+ Event/Valid Photo ID required
We are thrilled to be a part of the Mountain Music Series, taking place at the top of the Sea to Sky gondola in Squamish, BC. Come have a bite on the Summit Lodge's patio and viewing deck, while taking in the sunset and the panoramic views overlooking Howe Sound.
Let The Cole Patenaude Band ease you into the summer just right!
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