Here are a few of my favorite photos from one hell of a Lastival weekend at Music On The Mountain in Fort St. James, BC (August 24-26, 2012). You can view the entire 90 photo collection by clicking here.
Click on the panorama for a full screen view of Music On The Mountain.
Oven racked by Doug Koyama.
Steve Brockley Band.
Chelsea D.E. Johnson from High Society.
Shari Rae from Miss Quincy & The Showdown.
Lionel & Rosemarie Conant.
Curing an overhang with puppy therapy.
The Broken Mirrors.
Ole Sanchez sits in with Miss Quincy.
Dave Soroka & The Ragged Elite.
Holly Magnus plays the best walk-on song in the history of toy piano walk-on songs — The Imperial March.
If you’re looking for the best music currently happening in Canada, you need look no further than Steve Brockley.
Most of the musicians I know have a big fat band crush on Steve Brockley (guitar), Leon Power (drums), and Kevin Bertram (upright bass). Which is understandable considering they’re quite possibly the tightest trio around and have reached the rare & enviable level where each member of the band is essential to the sound.
That sound I leave up to you to check out, but I will tell you that you should expect to leave their show with an uncontrollable groove in your step and a major case of slush panties. Steve Brockley’s website lives here: www.stevebrockley.com
(Photos from The Railway Club in Vancouver, BC)
Right out of that unassuming face comes a voice that could add a whole new verse to Jizz in My Pants.
(Photos of Steve Brockley at Egan’s Pub on August 20, 2010).