Clearwater talent featured at concert

Summer Music series at Dutch Lake Community Centre winds up outdoor season with local bands

The Grateful Guild Potluck Blues Band performs during the windup concert of the Summer Music series.

Main photo: The Grateful Guild Potluck Blues Band performs during the windup concert of the Summer Music series at Dutch Lake Community Centre on Thursday evening, Aug. 25. Pictured are (l-r) John Chaytor, Bob Mackenzie, Doug Fenwick, Sam Willan, Phil Janicki (on drums), Maureen Brown, Barb Hall, and Linda Mackenzie. The concert featured music by local bands.

 

chaytorLeft: John Chaytor wears a happy smile as he plays the guitar with a new band, Volcanic Rocks. “Classic rock would be our wheelhouse,” he says.

 

 

 

 

 

MikeHandfordLeft: Mike Handford plays the guitar and sings as he performs with Volcanic Rocks.

 

 

 

 

Patrick RoachLeft: Patrick Roach provides percussion backup to Volcanic Rocks.

 

 

 

AmberHandfordLeft: Amber Handford waits for her turn to sing with Volcanic Rocks.

 

 

 

 

Below: Members of the Garage Band try out a new reportoire during the final outdoor concert of the season at Dutch Lake Community Centre. Pictured are (l-r) Grayson Panko, Hannah Elliot, Jenny Panko, Ashley Foster and Paytten Yurkiw.

Garage Band

 

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