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It’s good to shake things up every so often, and I decided today is a good day to do so.

I’m starting off by taking myself to breakfast at George’s Kitchen, then meeting up with the gang at Crazy Canucks to hear Drummer Dan’s new band play. We haven’t been there in a long while, so it’ll be a nice change for a Sunday.

Word is that Dan Gino and Derrick are playing around 1-2 PM, and there will be BBQ available. Lyle just said he and Don are going over to play as well, so that will be cool.

Happy Anniversary to Dick and Carole.

More to come…

Drummer Dan’s beach jam was a great time.

It will be a regular Sunday thing from now on, at Canucks from 1-5 PM. BBQ is always available.

We missed the first set, but when we did get there, Rock In Peace (the high school band) were playing. What a cool surprise.

Nancy is organizing a fundraiser for Rock In Peace, on April 16th at Wet Willy’s. The goal is to get some new equipment and raise funds so the band can play at “Festival of the Arts” in Belize City. I’ll give more details on that as soon as I get them. For anyone interested in helping them out, they can always use strings, picks, drumsticks, tuners, and chords. Cash donations can be given to Nancy Scott – email me for her contact details.

In addition to Drummer Dan, Gino, Derrick, Russell, Ted, Keith, Don, Lyle, and Seth all jammed today. What a great mix of people. We got to enjoy all the different combo’s that played and heard a wide range of great music.

Derrick’s reminder – don’t forget the tip jar when you go see the band. It’s good to help support the island musicians.

Music

High school band – Rock in Peace

Ted, Drummer Dan, Keith & Russell

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