Premier dance band Time Well Wasted returns to Campbell River’s Paramount Music Hall.

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The Comox Valley’s premiere dance band Time Well Wasted returns to Campbell River’s Paramount Music Hall

The Comox Valley’s premiere dance band Time Well Wasted returns to Campbell River’s Paramount Music Hall for one night only – Saturday, Nov. 26.

Campbell River’s own Jacquelyn Block makes her hometown debut as Time Well Wasted’s newest member.

“Being in Time Well Wasted with such incredible musicians, and Juno Award winner, Sue Medley, is an amazing opportunity,” says Block. “It’s teaching me better stage presence and how to really have fun up there.”

As part of Time Well Wasted Block will be featured in a number of songs including Lady Marmalade, I’m So Excited and Aretha Franklin’s Chain of Fools.

Block isn’t the only member of Time Well Wasted that calls Campbell River home. Horn player

Roger Kirk and lead guitar player Grant McClellan are key to the soulful, R & B sound of Time Well Wasted that fans love and love to dance to.

Featuring Sue Medley’s #1 hit Maybe The Next Time and Love Thing, TWW delivers a night of mega hits including Stevie Wonder’s I Wish, the Doobie Brothers’ Long Train Running, Michael

Jackson’s Thriller album, and Edgar Winter’s Free Ride.

Time Well Wasted is excited to return to the Paramount on Saturday, Nov. 26 and promises a night of dance your butt off fun playing the greatest hits of your Well Wasted youth.

Doors open at 8:30, tickets are $10 at the Paramount Music Hall, 1140 Ironwood Street.

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