23rd November, 2010

DAMIEN CRIPPS

The Media Club
695 Cambie Street
Vancouver, BC
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DOORS
8:00 PM
SHOW


Supporting Acts

Columbia, Kris Langemann and Nick Hope, Phil Dickson and Don Beaudoin

PRESS RELEASE

An Acoustic Evening with Australia’s

DAMIEN CRIPPS

With  special guests COLUMBIA, KRIS LANGEMAN & NICK HOPE,

PHIL DICKSON & DON BEAUDOIN

In concert Tuesday, November 23rd at The Media Club in Vancouver

Advance Tickets on sale for only  $10 at all Ticketweb.ca

It’s Aussie Pub Night on the west coast of Canada, with a whole lot of music for only ten bucks. Rock.It Boy Entertainment presents An Acoustic Evening With Australia’s DAMIEN CRIPPS along with special rocking guests COLUMBIA, Blaming Taylor’s KRIS LANGEMAN & NICK HOPE and the two guitar sounds of PHIL DICKSON & DON BEAUDOIN in The Media Club in  Vancouver  on Tuesday, November 23rd .  Tickets are only $10 at Ticketweb.ca. DAMIEN CRIPPS, a native of Perth in Western Australia, is on tour with his acoustic guitar, singing songs of the road with his unmistakeable voice, the new voice, the old voice, the eternal of the highway.  He is also the front man of the hottest indie band in Australia, the DAMIEN CRIPPS BAND, who have two red hot singles; the swampy southern tribal track “Angels in darkness” and the coastal roots surf tones of “Pictures.”  Right now, down under, DAMIEN CRIPPS and his band are as hot as a western desert road. COLUMBIA, five guys from Vancouver, have created a big rock sound all of their own and are doing it the way they want  playing shows from The Vogue in Vancouver all the way the The Kat Club on Sunset Strip in Los Angeles. They have recently released some great new tracks like “My Conscience Me” and “Motor Ride,” both instantly catchy powerful songs that make you want to join the ride. KRIS LANGEMAN guitar player and vocalist from the acoustic/roots group Blaming Taylor is known for his affinity for percussion and drums, and he and vocalist/drummer NICK HOPE are a formidable and entertaining duo that never let the groove slip away as they move through many moods. Songwriter PHIL DICKSON loves performing, loves people, and loves singing. And when you pair his acoustic guitar with the slick and sweet electric sounds of DON BEAUDOIN, his songs take on a near mystical property. Rock.It Boy Entertainment presents An Acoustic Evening With Australia’s DAMIEN CRIPPS along with special guests COLUMBIA, Blaming Taylor’s KRIS LANGEMAN & NICK HOPE and the two guitar sounds of PHIL DICKSON & DON BEAUDOIN on Tuesday, November 23rd at The Media Club located at 695 Cambie Street in Vancouver (Ph 604-608-2871).  Tickets are on sale online at Ticketweb.ca. Doors open at 8:00PM.

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