: St. James Hall
Presented with Rogue Folk Club
"The Blues has not
seen such Good News in quite some time" - Bootsy Collins
new master of the slide guitar, British singer/songwriter Jack Broadbent has
been indelibly marked by the major blues figures he listened to as a child
while jamming with his musician father. From rural England to the bustling
streets of major cities all over Europe, Broadbent made a name for himself
through his incredible improvisational skills while busking, equipped with only
a guitar, an amp, and a flask for a bottleneck. A new incarnation of audacious
and modern blues, his deeply soulful voice and phenomenal slide guitar licks
will deliver a performance that will leave you speechless.
About St. James Community Square
St. James Community Square is a non-profit and charitable
organization dedicated to providing affordable space to the community
for educational, cultural, recreational and social activities. It is
located in Vancouver in the heart of Kitsilano. There are approximately
5,500 people registered for, or participating in, programs at the site
and the facility hosts an estimated 350,000 user visits per year. St.
James Hall is 4000 square feet including the foyer and balcony seating
area. For more information visit: sjcommunitysquare.org
*This is a general admission performance - the seats are on a
first come, first served basis when you arrive at the venue. Doors open
1/2 hour prior to start of performance.