Justine Collins

Salmon Fest live music lineup spans the genres

The Campbell River Salmon Festival Society is happy to present this year’s entertainment lineup for Aug. 10-12

The Campbell River Salmon Festival Society is happy to present this year’s entertainment lineup for Aug. 10-12.

Four On The Floor: a four piece rockabilly band lubed up with greased lightning and revved up to go.  With a full tank of hotrod 50s and 60s tunes, Four on the Floor will make you shake, rattle and roll all night long. Band members : Trent, Rob, George and Dallas.

The Molly Hogans: high energy action with their East Coast/Irish tunes mixed with your favourite rock and country upbeat dance songs.  Doug Folkins, Grant McLellan, Dallas Carrie and Richard Franklin make up the Molly Hogans.

The Impalas: a local four piece band well known for their 50s, 60s and 70s rock and roll dance songs. Amazing harmonies and stellar musicianship make this band a must see every time they take the stage.

Rick Benn: a veteran of the Vancouver Island music scene. Since 2005, he has been entertaining Island crowds with an oldies Rock and Roll and Classic Country act. Singing all the big hits from the 1950s to 1980s you’ll be sure to find yourself singing along and dancing to the great tunes from the past.

Doug, Teva & Finna McGillis: a father/son/granddaughter team. Their musical styles are quite different; however, they enjoy many of the same artists. Doug used to play and sing Teva and his siblings to sleep, when they were young, and he continues to enjoy music at Serious Coffee in Willow Point and plays, regularly, in a couple of musical groups. Teva can play all the stuff Doug wishes he could, and is the lead guitar player for Novo, a local “no holds barred ” Gospel Band.  Teva has two daughters who are budding musicians and song writers, in their own right. Finna is one of Teva’s daughter’s to whom he has passed on his love for music. She is a young woman who exercises her musical abilities by playing guitar, piano and percussion as well as composing her own songs

Rockland Road:  Jude’s soulful, bluesy vocals are married perfectly with Mark’s intense and precise piano playing to deliver a perfect punch every time.  This duo has been earning their stripes on the local music scene for years and they are very proud to be making their Salmon Festival debut.

Sideroad:  Campbell River folk legends, Don Price and Tom Klatt make a triumphant return to the Salmon Festival stage with their mix of easy listening, top taping originals, and perfectly harmonized renditions of classic 60s and 70s folk songs.

Justine Collins:  A 20-year-old singer from Campbell River. Collins has been writing music for a couple years, and is currently working on releasing her first CD called “Chasing Cinderella”. Collins’ singles, “Clear”, “Don’t Let Go” and “Chasing Cinderella” are currently available on iTunes.

Jazzberry Jam:  Cool and hip jazz standards delivered by this top notch trio from Quadra.


Friday: Aug. 10

6 p.m. Jazzberry Jam

8:30 p.m. – The Impalas


Saturday: Aug. 11

1 p.m. – Rockland Road (Jude de Vries and Mark Eiland)

3 p.m. – Sideroad (Don Price and Tom Klatt)

5 p.m. – Rick Benn

6:30 p.m. The Molly Hogans

8:30 p.m.  Four On The Floor


Sunday: Aug. 12

1 p.m.  Doug, Teva & Finna McGillis

3 p.m. Justine Collins