Rich Hope/BUM/Flamin’ Groovies at The Rickshaw Theatre March 14, 8pm.
Blue Rich Rangers at Tinhorn Creek Winery May 23.
Saturday, July 26th- Honky Tonk Saturdays with The Blue Rich Rangers at The Fox Cabaret (2321 Main St) 7pm-10pm
Saturday Aug 9 – Evil Doers at the Burnaby Blues and Roots Festival – Deer Lake Park, Burnaby BC. set time TBA
Sunday Aug 10 – Blue Rich Rangers at Uptown Live – New Westminster, BC. set at 1:30pm (Save-On Performance Stage) and solo performance at 4pm (TD Performance Stage)
Friday, Feb 14 – The Blue Rich Rangers play Winterruption at Edible Canada House, Granville Island. 7pm Tickets at http://www.ediblecanada.com
Friday Feb 28 – The Evil Doers play The Imperial Ballroom (319 Main St) as esteemed guests of The Harpoonist and the Axe Murderer. Doors 8pm Tix $18 at www.livenation.com and Red Cat Records
During the upcoming Vancouver Canucks vs Chicago Blackhawks game on Nov 23, Rich and his Evil Doers will be providing some extra motivation for the Canucks to battle the black and red juggernaut known as your Stanley Cup Champs. East Vancouver Fight Song, anyone? Let’s shake this joint around!
Thursday, Nov 21, 2013 – Rich Hope with Paul Pigat and SV and the Killers B’s at Vancouver Fanclub 9pm start.
Saturday, Nov 23, 2013 – Evil Doers at Rogers Arena for Vancouver vs Chicago Blackhawks
Nov 16 – Blue Rich Rangers at The 100 Club Legion(2211 Kingsway, Vancouver)
Nov 19 – Rich Hope (solo) at Gudrun (3500 Moncton Street, Richmond, BC)
Nov 21 -Rich Hope and his Evil Doers at Fanclub (1050 Granville, Vancouver)
Dec 14- Blue Rich Rangers at The 100 Club Legion(2211 Kingsway, Vancouver)
Dec 20 – Merry Keithmas! Food Bank Charity Show at Electric Owl (926 Main St, Vancouver)
Dec 31 – NYE with Rich Hope and his Evil Doers plus guests at The WISE Hall(1882 Adanac, Vancouver)
Alberta people, we are pleased to be visiting you this weekend for two shows in Camrose (Feb 2) and Edmonton (Feb 3)! Check the shows section for updates!
I love the Boss. Always have. I remember the day my dad brought home The River and we listened to Hungry Heart. Born in the USA was the soundtrack to my 14th summer. I couldn’t get enough of that record and I began to work backwards through his discography over the years and I still discover new things about his work that moves me. I have seen many concerts in my life but the top three are all Bruce shows. His solo show at GM Place a few years back was simply the most unreal performance i have ever seen. So what’s the point?? Well, when someone calls up and says they’d like to have me play a few good Bruce songs for a little soiree, I’m in.
Robert J. Wiersema has written a book, called Walk Like a Man, which will be celebrated at Red Cat Records this Saturday night at 8pm. It’s presented by our friends at The Tyee. C’mon down to Lucky Town, it’ll be great.