Jackie Treehorn

New lounge kicks off with hot music line-up

Harrison hot spot brings in new acts

After a year of behind the scenes work by its owners, the Layback Lounge is now up and running in Harrison Hot Springs.

The new lounge already has featured several nights of live music, and has a long list of acts to fill the rest of your summer calendar.

Tonight, it’s Jackie Treehorn, a Vancouver group that calls itself a funkadelic/soultastic/rockaphonic seven-piece soundstorm.

Tomorrow night, they’ll feature Buckman Coe, whose music flows somewhere between soulful folk and alt-country blues, with a strong vocal and lyrical emphasis.

Next week, the music starts on Thursday, Aug. 25 night with Saritah. On Friday, August 26, Los Amigos plays, and on Saturday, August 27 they’ve booked Headwater. The weekend ends with OKA on Sunday night.

Some dates set for next month include Geoff Berner on Sept. 16, Cupla on Sept. 17 and Deanna Cartea on Sept. 24.

For up to listings and information on Layback Lounge, visit them on facebook or call 604-796-3950.

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