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Two Shows at Bozzini's Dec 22

 

 

Kitty and Rooster meets Shirley Gnome in a night of music and comedy Dec 22 at Bozzini's.

 

 

 

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he Holiday shows at Bozzini's will be drawing to a close by Dec 22 so we are going a wee bit non-traditional this year. Expect 2 or 3 original Holiday Songs from each artist with their original fun tunes. And Lots Of Laughs.

Saturday December 22 2018

Doors 8pm Show 9:30pm
Tickets $20 available at Bozzini’s

4-45739 Hocking Ave. or call 604 792 0744 to reserve

Kitty and Rooster is a rock n’ roll duo from Vancouver, BC featuring Jodie Ponto on the stand-up cocktail drum kit & Noah Walker on electric guitar. They are known for their surf-tastic hooks, clever lyrics, & ridiculously fun shows.

Kitty & The Rooster’s debut album One Gig Hard Drive is a funny-because-it’s-true romp across the Canadian back roads. The 11-track album documents the hilarious, and at times absurd, life of the un-famous travelling musician. With clever word play, laugh out loud scenarios and some “did they really just go there?” moments, Kitty & The Rooster tell-all with the kind of honesty usually only found within the four walls of a tour van.

For a duo, Kitty & The Rooster make quite a lot of noise. One Gig Hard Drive invites you to get up and shake it with an old-fashioned surf stomp. The album is fortified with vintage guitar sounds, slap-back vocals, dirty drums. 

 

Shirley Gnome

rom the west coast of Canada comes this multi-award winning cabaret musician, whose all original music about sex and human nature is hilarious, uncensored, honest, subversive, irreverent, witty, empowering, taboo and not for the faint of heart. Her cleverly carnal lyrics go down smooth with her inappropriately gorgeous vocals, and her charm will disarm you through even the most provocative topics. Her outlandish cover songs transform top 40 hits into dark social satire; you can’t unhear it once you’ve heard it Shirley’s way. See more here.

 


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