WheelGrinders – Sept. 8th

Back again by popular demand and because we all just really love having this group here at the Pub.  A great evening of rockabilly music.

 

“Wow! Stunning Rockabilly debut album from Canadian trio, The Wheelgrinders…..it goes straight into my list of top 10 Rockabilly albums of 2017!” – Slap That Bass Rockabilly, R&B, Psychobilly, Rock ‘n’ Roll Album Reviews July 2017

 

“…the trio certainly knows it’s style – the stand up bass slaps, the drums swing like crazy and the Gretsch guitar burns right through.” – Vancouver Sun June 2017

 

Red hot Vancouver traditional rockabilly trio, The Wheelgrinders have been blazing a trail of grinding rockabilly music across the Lower Mainland of BC and beyond since June of 2016 and made their debut on the international rockabilly scene with a tour of the UK in 2018, including an appearance at the world famous Atomic Vintage Festival at Sywell Aerodrome.

Comprised of three veterans of the Vancouver rockabilly and roots music scene, Greg Tiernan (Vocals/Lead Guitar) Caroline Helmeczi (Vocals/Bass) and Stuart Quayle (Drums) play their own self-penned highly danceable rockabilly numbers and for the hard core rockabilly fans they put their own spin on classic songs by rockabilly icons like Carl Perkins, Eddie Cochran and Charlie Feathers.

The band is a regular on the playlists of rockabilly DJs around the world and have been featured in many shows from Canada and the USA to Australia, Spain, France, the UK and even in Moscow, Russia.

Their debut album “Torque-Flite Baby” sold out its first pressing and is now in its second pressing. The Wheelgrinders released their second album “Crank It Hard!” in June 2018.

email: thewheelgrinders@gmail.com

www.thewheelgrinders.com

www.facebook.com/thewheelgrinders/

www.instagram.com/thewheelgrinders/

Jesse Mast – August 10th

Jesse Mast is a Canadian country music singer-songwriter from Salmon Arm, British Columbia. He has written with Larry Wayne Clark and toured with Gord Bamford. He won three awards from the North American Country Music Association International in 2014: Songwriter of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Male Entertainer of the Year.

No cover but donations to the artist will be appreciated.

Music starts around 8 pm

 

Terry Gillespie – August 14th

Terry Gillespie has sometimes been called a musical shaman, Canada’s king of roots music and even Mr. Groove — and all for good reason. There is no showboating, no over-the-top guitar pyrotechnics. His live performances are both laid back and powerful and passionate; entertaining and captivating in a way that allows his audience to become involved as listeners — or dancers responding to the groove.

Oh, and if you catch him in your town, don’t forget to introduce yourself. He’ll be glad to meet you; he has stories and songs to share with you.

The highly regarded critic Tim Holek has called him Canada’s King of Roots Music. He has indeed been a bit of a Canadian Blues legend for 40 years.”

CliffJumpers – May 31st

Not Oct. 27th but May 1st.

Some of Salmon Arms best musicians get together for a great night of Dixieland Jazz.

Music starts around 7 pm

Admission by Donation

Aces Wyld – Saskatoon Country Rock Band – May 30th

Aces Wyld brings together three exemplary, well-schooled musicians and songwriters who all possess a natural penchant for entertaining. Steve Andrew (lead vocals, keyboard, rhythm guitar), Brett Browatzke (lead guitar) and traditional multi-instrumentalist Sam Derbawka each bring a unique and diverse repertoire of musical influences to the table, creating an overall sound that is truly cutting-edge country, with a respectful nod to the genre’s vast traditions.

This is a band comprised of music fans, first and foremost, who share their love for engaging, raucous and authentically effervescent country music. The talented triplet’s most recent single, Like a Country Song, highlights Aces Wyld’s ability to craft songs that go beyond genre; songs that are accessible to anyone who loves music that evokes good times, good memories and good friends.

 

No Cover but please support the artists by donation.

Music Starts around 7pm

Art Battle Salmon Arm

Come out to our 2nd annual Art Battle event on June 2nd at the Curling rink.

If you can paint then sign up and register at Artbattle.com under the Salmon Arm location.

If not a painter then buy a ticket at the Barley Station or at Meikle Studios.  This is a unique opportunity to come out and watch

these amazing artists create art work in a timed competition. Have some fun while helping raise funds to

support the purchase of a fetal monitor for our local hospital.

Alpha YaYa Diallo with Naby Camara

Don’t miss this great night of music. 3 time Juno Winner! No Cover but a donation to the musicians is greatly appreciated. We are very lucky to have this tremendous musical talent back at the Pub so be sure not to miss it. Starts at 8 pm

St. Paddy’s Day Cask Beer & Bagpipes.

It’s back again. Damon is brewing up a cask of his nearly famous Jameson’s Irish Whiskey Stout. Join us Sat aft @ 4 pm when we tap this delicious Cask.

And around 9 pm the Shuswap Pipes and Drums will be showing up to play a few tunes so come on down and join the party.

WING NIGHT WEDNESDAY

That’s right. The Barley Stations First Ever Wing Night ! Starting Dec. 6th and every Wednesday all winter long we are serving up the best wings with the tastiest sauces. Only $6.99/ lb with a beverage order.

No take Outs

No Doggy Bags

Must order a Beverage.

 

 

Al Boucher Memorial Fundraiser. Burger & Beer $15 all day long

The Burger & Beer day was a great success. The Barley Station donated $500.00 from burgers and beers sold today. There were some great prizes won and everyone had a wonderful time. But this still left the organizers about $3500.00 short on their efforts to put a roof over the playground. So we decided to kick in the rest! The Barley Station Brew Pub will donate a total of $4000.00 to the cause. Build that Roof !!!

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