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Past Shows

Wed. October 19th 2011
The Grateful Fed Psych-Deli Kelowna BC (All Ages)
Bob Verge, Cowboy Bob
Fri. July 25th 1969
Royal Athletic Park (All Ages)
A Night with The Collectors The Collectors, Black Snake, Moxie

Bob Verge

Retired / Inactive - Confirmed: Oct. 17, 2011 (Awaiting Update)

jazz improv, blues,R&B from Kelowna BC
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Drums, Piano/Keyboards, Acoustic Bass details

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Bob also played 6 string bass and vocals with "Graeme and the Waifers" (latterly known as both "The Greame Waifer" and just "The Waifers") in Edmonton AB in the sixties and early seventies. Other band members were Graeme Moorehouse, vocals, Geoff Aire, drums, Al Treen 4 string bass, and Pat Coleman Guitar. They played their own compositions including a 20 minute epic called "Jennifer's Career and Death". I have aiff files on five original tunes, four of which Bob sings.

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Bob curently resides in Kelowna BC where he teachs various instruments and operates a fully equipped digital recording studio under the name of Sword Music Productions. He also plays upright bass in a trio that does old jazz standards. He also freelances on guitar, piano and drums at various events around Kelowna.
Bob Verge is currently playing with a four piece group called Cowboy Bob. They play old jazz standards and are gaining quite a following in the Kelowna area. They played at the 2010 New Orleans style New years Eve event at The Kelowna Community Theatre and are becoming a regular at the Minstral Cafe as well as other venues in the area.
04/17/2010 Members include Juno Award winner Curtis Tulman, as well as Juno award nominee Gary Smyth (both ex-Cruzeros ). And Rod Miller also an ex-Cruzeros member.

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Current Projects

Cowboy BobUpright Bass2008-present

Past Projects

MoxieBass / Vocals60s-70s
Fresh AirBass / Vocals70s


Listing last updated/confirmed Oct. 17, 2011