Monthly Archives: August 2019

Crystal Shawanda

It was Crystal Shawanda night tonight at Blue Frog Studios in White Rock, British Columbia, Canada. The multi award winning singer/songwriter put on a great show to not only the Blue Frog audience, but streaming live around the world on the world wide web. Backed by a full band that included her amazing guitar playing husband, Dwayne, Crystal rocked the room with her amazing brand of Blues. With her start in the world of Country music, Crystal has made the transition to the world of Blues, and had the crowd in the palm of her hand all night long. A great show. Touring since June, she said it would be great to get back home. Home now is Nashville, after growing up in Ontario.
Don’t miss the chance to see Crystal if she comes to a venue near you.

They’re Byrd Dawgs!

Byrd Dawg hit the stage again last night at Blue Frog Studios in White Rock, B.C. Joel Dietrich, Wayne Rempel and the outstanding Vintage Electric Band took the audience on a musical trip through the hits of not only the Everly Brothers, but also Simon and Garfunkel. Both sold out crowds were treated to a tribute to the music of these two amazing duos. It’s the third visit to Blue Frog for Byrd Dawg, and I’m sure there will be another…stay tuned.

The Last Concert

The last concert in the TD Concerts For the Pier took place last night at East Beach in White Rock. Thousands of people showed up to the last in a series of free concerts at the beach, designed to raise money and awareness for the White Rock Pier reconstruction project. The concerts were a joint effort by the White Rock BIA and the City of White Rock. Rock.It Boy Entertainment and Blue Frog Studios programmed the annual event. The opening act, Fionn, is a group fronted by twin girls from White Rock who are making quite a stir in the music business and was a great warm up for the main event. As the sun was setting, Crash Test Dummies rocked the crowd with all their hits including the Superman song. It was a great Summer night, and a wonderful final performance in front of the largest crowd of the year, some estimated to be 5,000.