Time Well Wasted plays classic rock hits at the Paramount Music Hall on Saturday and the show will be recorded

Relive your mis-spent youth with Time Well Wasted

The Paramount Music Hall Presents "Time Well Wasted" on Saturday

Come and celebrate the music of your “well wasted” youth with Time Well Wasted on Saturday.  

It’s a night of Classic Rock, Funk, Soul and Disco with Time Well Wasted. Dance to the greatest hits from The Doobie Brothers, Blood Sweat and Tears, Michael Jackson, The Commitments, Chicago, Steely Dan, Aretha Franklin and many more.

This 13-piece, horn-driven band features local Campbell River musicians Roger Kirk and Grant McLelland, and Time Well Wasted boasts a number of new players including:  Juno Award winner Sue Medley, singers Helen Austin, and CharityMunro, Art Van Volsen on drums, John Mang on  keyboards, Rachel Fuller on sax and Jim Stephan on congas.

Time Well Wasted will be recording this session and you can to be a part of it. Doors open at 8 p.m., tickets are $10 and will be available at the Paramount Music Hall 1140 Ironwood Street, Campbell River.

For more information call 250-287-6221

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