Charity Jazz and Blues Festival a soulfull success

Over $4,000 raised for three charities at the Campbell River Mirror's Charity Jazz and Blues Festival over the weekend.

Company B Jazz Band played on July 15 in Spirit Square for the Campbell River Mirror Charity Jazz and Blues Festival.



On the second night of this years Charity Jazz and Blues Festival, Company B Jazz Band took to the stage.

The vintage jazz harmony group came up from Vancouver. They had the crowd mesmerized with their enchanting harmonies and unique arrangements.

The charity of the evening was the Campbell River Syrian Refugee Committee.

Day three of the festival featured Uncle Wiggly’s Hot Shoes Blues Band.

This band began at the University of Victoria’s Sub Pub and claim that they lead the the live music, independent recording and producing scene in Victoria in the 80’s. They had the crowd enthusiastically on their feet, dancing the night away.

Proceeds collected at day three of the festival went to the Campbell River and North Island Transition Society.

Over the three day event more than $4,000 was raised for the three charities.

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