1601 Main Street, Vancouver

Profiles

Live Music

“May the sound of happy music, and the lilt of Irish laughter, fill your heart with gladness, that stays forever after.” This Irish toast is close to our hearts so we stay true to its moral by ensuring that we have great live music more often than not.

  • Ruckus Deluxe

    Chad Oliver | Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electronics
    Ian Cameron | Fiddle, Mandolin, Electric Guitar, Banjo, Vocals

    efiddler.com/ruckusdeluxe

    Ruckus Deluxe not only performs their own contemporary country material, they specialize in innovative versions of current and classic covers, including traditional fiddle tunes, hard rock classics, 80’s pop songs and Alternative favourites. Best bring extra under garments to their performance because you’ll have your socks and knickers knocked off.

  • Rachel Button | Lead Vocals, Fiddle

    http://www.rachelbutton.com/

    Rachel Button is an american singer, songwriter and fiddle player from the UK. She's had the honour of performing at The Great British Folk festival, The Royal Albert Hall and Kensington Palace. Her mix of pop, folk and country tone is a hit with audiences around the world and especially those who can't resist her English charm and acoustic energetic vibe.

  • Mike Bell | Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
    Patrick Ernst | Fiddle, Vocals
    Curtis Ernst | Stand-Up Bass, Cello, Vocals

    thewhiskeydicks.ca

    The Whiskeydicks are a group of Celtic Gypsy punk rockers who have spent the better part of a decade carving a reputation for themselves as "One Hell of a Good Time." The Whiskeydicks use fiery celtic-gypsy fiddle licks, cello played like a bass, bombastic trumpet, vivacious drum beats, energetic guitar strumming, and voice to tell stories of good times past and to play songs people know but in a way they’d never imagine.

  • Hairfarmers

    Doug Craig | Vocals, Guitar
    Greg Reamsbottom | Lead Vocals, Congas, Tambourine, Harmonica

    thehairfarmers.com

    Voted Whistler's best band for over a dozen years, the infamous duo of Guitar Doug and Grateful Greg (The Hairfarmers) blow the roof off the house while getting everyone up on their feet dancing and singing along with their endless list of cover classics, the latest hits, and some originals too.