The “B-Side” is a 4 piece band. The members are :
Gordon Dorish: vocals, guitar
Marlene Bernier: vocals, guitar
Terry Receveur: vocals, accordion, piano
Duane Grant: vocals, bass
We love to play Classic Country, old Rock & Roll, Texas Swing, waltzes and novelty dance songs from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Gordon and Marlene have played with Mud River and the Elk’s Elastic band. Marlene also played with the award winning Lake Side Ramblers bluegrass band. Terry has played with the Chainsaw Boys, the Elks Elastic Band, The Barndance Boys and the Oldtime Fiddlers. Duane adds a fourth vocal voice and great bass lines. Hope you enjoy listening and dancing.
Hope you enjoy listening and dancing.
This group consists of local talented musicians who just love to play music. In 2018 a cd was produced featuring original songs written by Autry Combs and Debbie Harrington. They will be playing some of the songs from their cd on stage Thursday evening at 8pm, this is their debut. The group consists of Autry Combs on lead guitar, Debbie Harrington on rhythm guitar and vocals, Stacy Monnich on steel guitar, Adam Johnson playing fiddle, Judy Skerratt on mandolin and harmony and Eddie deSouza on bass and harmony. The cd was recorded at Cool Cat Studios in Quesnel and is being played on the radio in Prince George and Vancouver. As for the name, one had to be decided for this jamboree and this is so appropriate as it’s about time these folks got on stage to make music.
The Sounds of C.K is comprised of Charlie Vaughan (mother) and Kyle Vaughan (son).
Charlie raised Kyle around music and at the age of six he performed for the Wild-Boar Music Festival and BC Winter Games. It was Country and Bluegrass and Gospel.
This weekend this mother and son duo from Terrace, BC will share some songs with many being old favourites.
Charlie will be on rhythm guitar and vocals and Kyle will be on lead guitar and vocals.
Joining us from Northern Alberta and he is no stranger in the music world or on stage, please welcome our friend and top-notch musician, on bass is, Mr Don Cunningham.
The “Sounds of C.K” would like to express our thanks to Quesnel for inviting us to perform.
Charlie and Kyle
The band consists of JJ & DJ the Johnson Brothers. Both have been involved in music from early age. Jim forming a band at 12.
Jim has played with Marge Osbourne on tour and his brother in the 80s. He also has had several other bands. He plays guitar, is lead vocal and is a songwriter. Jim has produced several CD’s ‘Ragged Man’ his finest.
Doug plays bass guitar, vocals and is a songwriter, has produced his own CD ‘Making Memories’.
Country Horizon Sound consists of Simon Wiebe (left), Ernie Loewen (second from left), John Klassen (third from left), Earl Creighton (right) and Steven Wiebe (back).
All live in Fort St John (Prespatou) area. Simon and John started playing together in high school and in the local talent shows. The rest of the band joined in and found they enjoyed playing together and have ever since. They bring their music to the local hospital, senior halls and care homes, and travel to many music jamborees and festivals across BC and Alberta.
This group of cousins is just what their name says: “young”. They are all 18 and under and “Country” is what they do. They started jamming together in 2013 and enjoy putting their own twist on older and newer country songs. The band consists of three siblings, Laveana Klassen on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Briana Klassen lead vocals, Brentten Klassen bass guitar, and cousins Steven Wiebe lead vocals and drums, and Eric Klassen on lead guitar. Young Country has performed at several music festivals and talent shows as well as for senior citizens in an extended care home. All five band members live in the community of Prespatou (Fort St John) B.C.
The Hamps aka ” The Hampsters ” is a family based group residing in the small northern community of Burns Lake. Their love for music is derived from having fun and making people smile. Nicole 14 and little sister Julia 12 are the meat and the potatoes of the group !
They have invited their parents to accompany their selections but are currently resisting the sharing of any profits. Past performances include playing for there grandparents, family and friends, The Lakes District Festival of the Performing Arts, Hayfever Music Festival and of course Burns Lake Idol which takes place annually at the Lakes District Fall Fair. All four members also belong to the Valley youth Fiddlers which recently completed their BC tour of Alaria’s Fiddle.
Milltown Philosophers are a non-traditional bluegrass group from Quesnel, British Columbia. Featuring (Front to back) Lawrence Lust (guitar, dobro, banjo), Laurie Rathier (vocals), James Climenhage (vocals, upright bass, guitar), Corry Climenhage (vocals, ukulele-banjo), and Adam Johnson (fiddle), this five-piece band blends bluegrass and gospel with an eclectic mix of newgrass, folk, and country-rock.
THE GOOD NEWS BAND is a Gospel Music Band consisting of: Larry Keegstra, Rhythm guitar and vocals; Marlene Giesbrecht, bass and vocals; Ron Atkins, tenor banjo and vocals; and Stan & Tara Giesbrecht, vocals. Their style is primarily Country Gospel with a little Southern Gospel and Bluegrass thrown in. They have been playing and singing together since the very first Cluculz Lake Jamboree 20 years ago. They have sung in many local Jamborees as well as at tent meetings and at the Vanderhoof Seniors Friendship Centre. They also play weekly at local street missions. You will enjoy the rich harmonies and variety of their music.