Live in concert at The Media Club – March 15 2011

Tonight, we share the stage with Barry Green and The Ghostbirds. Doors open at 8pm, and the show starts at 9pm. There will be a cover charge of $8.

Barry Green is Singer/Songwriter from Vancouver, Canada. Barry enjoys playing live on stage for a packed house but also enjoys just as much playing and entertaining friends around the campfire or at a backyard barbecue.

Barry sings about things that himself or others close to him have experienced throughout this crazy journey known as life. Barry puts a strong emphasis on continually writing songs, even if its only a few lines that come to mind at the time.

Some of Barry’s biggest influences are Buddy Holly, Smokey Robinson, Jack Johnson, John Mayer, Tom Petty, Jimi Hendrix, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen

Check him out here:

The Ghostbirds – Felicia Harding’s Male/Female Duo Project

A Canadian singer/songwriter to be reckoned with; Felicia thrives on creating. A recent graduate of Selkirk College in Nelson BC; she has over 40 original compositions to her name. She also has a great love for performing, and has played many venues throughout BC, though she calls Victoria home. Her energetic shows consist of a blend of her own folk and indie-rock originals – as well as an innovative mixture of re-vamped cover songs in styles ranging from the Cranberries to The Tragically Hip.

She plays everything from full-band rock shows to intimate one-woman serenades. People often comment on her up-beat attitude and her unique sound as a performer, as well as her ability to engage the audience and heighten the energy of a crowd. In addition to being a singer, Felicia is also a student of classical guitar and piano, and is able to accompany herself on both instruments.

Check her out here:

Show name
Lakefield with Barry Green and The Ghostbirds
Date and time
Tuesday March 15, 2011 at 8:00 PM PDT
Venue name
The Media Club
Venue address
695 Cambie Street Vancouver, BC V6B 2P1 Canada
Venue coordinates
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