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Concerts for the Pier

The first in a series of Concerts for the Pier happened Thursday night at Memorial Park in White Rock. 2 great Canadian bands entertained a couple of thousand music lovers in an event organized by the White Rock BIA, in partnership with the City of White Rock. First up, it was Stonebolt Revisited, with 2 of the original Stonebolt members, Ray Roper and David Wills. They were joined by the amazing D.L. Car, who gave a taste of her tribute to Linda Ronstadt. After a brief intermission, it was time for Prism. Lead singer Al Harlow was suffering from a case of laryngitis, so he invited Shawn Klatt to come along and help out with the vocals. The crowd loved it, as the group put on a 90 minute show featuring the big hits of Prism. Spaceship Superstar, Armageddon, and Take me to the Kaptin. The Concert For the Pier series continues at 8 p.m. on July 14, with a street dance at Five Corners, featuring the band, Kalimba, with a salute to Each, Wind and Fire. Shows are free, but donations are being accepted to help with the restoration of the White Rock Pier.

Al Harlow

January 18, 2019 was Al Harlow night at Blue Frog Studios in White Rock British Columbia Canada! Al Harlow of Seeds of Time and Prism fame took to the stage and showed us what good old rock and roll was all about! Al, a singer, songwriter, and award winning musician has played with and toured with the greatest musicians in the land. He was on his game, and took fans back in time. It was a full house at Blue Frog, and it was a magical night of music. Watch for him at a venue near you! Great fun!

The AUTHENTICS

The Authentics rocked a sold out house at the Blue Frog Studios in White Rock last night!              Six musicians with amazing credentials put on an incredible inaugural performance.                       The group consists of, Rocket Norton of the Rocket Norton Band, Seeds of Time, and Prism.  Skip Prest of Sweeney Todd, Al Harlow of Seeds of Time and Prism, John Hall, Seeds of time and Prism, Ab Bryant of Chilliwack, and Ray Ayotte, percussion specialist and drum maker.                            70’s era music like Roxy Roller and Spaceship Superstar brought back a lot of great memories.  If that’s your era, you don’t want to miss The Authentics, next gig is at the Cottage Bistro on Main Street in Vancouver March 18th.  Rock On!!

the Authentics