Bobby Faulds would probably have loved his comeback gig at CFB Esquimalt this Saturday. Although he’ll only be there in spirit — the Edinburgh-born entertainer died Oct.
Jerry Bryant, a blues musician who had a knack for opening doors into the world of music for generations of local students, has died at age 98. The singer and jazz pianist, who was born in Kansas City on April Fool’s Day in 1923, died Aug. 19.
Jerry Bryant celebration concert with the Island Big Band
Red and Madame Dishrags are bios of Vancouver’s Red Robinson, the most famous radio disc jockey in B.C. history, and the Dishrags, a key but little-known female punk group from Victoria.
Royal City Music Project co-founder Glenn Parfitt wants valuable cultural material preserved
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1964: Beatles' TV appearance sparked cultural revolution
Local historian Glenn Parfitt was determined to create a website chronicling the early days of rock ’n’ roll in Victoria — despite the challenges involved in tracking down material.
Deb Rhymer has worn numerous hats over the years, from Bette Midler impersonator to daycare operator. But the one that fits her best is blues booster.
Rhymer, a Victoria native, spends almost all her waking hours dedicated to blues, eith...