After an eight-month hiatus, Whistler’s She Stole My Beer returns with new songs and a new keyboard player Friday, March 16 at the Garibaldi Lift Company (GLC).
“We’ve written new material,” said percussionist Franco Diligenti. “We wanted to re-inject our repertoire with new songs.”
Songs won’t be the only new happening on stage. Original keyboardist Jordan White has finally left Whistler after 15 years of mountain resort living and moved to the Cayman Islands.
Mike Kinney, formerly of Yellow Taxi, will replace White.
All the regular rock and roll favourites will be there including Diligenti, Chad Chilibeck, David Hughes, Geoff Hicks and Dean Wiseman.
“We played a lot of shows last year and didn’t want to over expose our product so we took some time off,” Diligenti said. “We did a lot of writing, so we are coming in with a fresh set of ideas and songs for Friday night.”
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