The Kingpins took to the stage last night at Blue Frog Studios in White Rock B.C. and treated the in-studio audience and the live-streaming audience to a wonderful musical night of the Blues!! Talk about an all star lineup! Big Hank Lionhart, Jack Lavin, Steve Cross, Steve Ranta, Ross Hall and Jerry Cook brought a wealth of talent and original high energy R&B to the Blue Frog stage. Again, working with the pandemic protocol, Blue Frog could only accommodate 30 guests in the studio, but those who couldn’t get tickets, were able to enjoy the show through Live Streaming. One more Live Streaming show is coming up next Saturday, as “Ladies Sing the Blues” hits the stage. Go to bluefrogstudios.ca for more information.
Jim Byrnes and his band proved last night that Live Music Wasn’t Dead! Blue Frog Studios in White Rock B.C. was rocking in a “Socially Distancing” way as Jim played to an intimate crowd of 30 people practicing all the protocols put in place due to the Covid 19 Pandemic. Chairs and tables were spaced 2 metres/6 feet apart and the guests were required to hand sanitize before entering the building. Due to the distancing rules, instead of a studio of 100 people, there was only room for a third of that. And what a treat it was for those fans. Truly, up close and personal! The first show was streamed live around the world. The Virtually Live concert was Jim’s idea, as he said he and the band just wanted to get back to playing music in front of an audience! Something that hasn’t been happening since the pandemic hit. It was the 3 concert in a series of 5 for Blue Frog. Still to come, The Kingpins on July 11th, and Ladies Sing the Blues on July 18th. Check out BlueFrogStudios.ca for all the information.