Pique to Valley Listings Sept. 12-18 

Friday, Sept. 12

LIVE MUSIC AND EVENTS

Who: Candye Kane with Big Burlesque’s Original Fat Bottom Revue

Where: Garibaldi Lift Co.

Boisterous jump-blues and swing from a good-time gal. Performing with San Francisco burlesque act the Original Fat Bottom Revue. Double the pleasure, double the fun. Tickets $15 in advance from the GLC, Bestsellers, Whistler Entertainment, and at the door.

What: Payday Friday featuring the Hairfarmers.

Where: Merlin’s

The beloved hirsute duo are set to rock for one last payday party before Merlin’s closes for the fall season. Doors at 4 p.m., music starts after dinner.

Who: Murphy’s Lagh

Where: Dubh Linn Gate

High energy Celtic, Irish and easy rock tunes from this guitar and fiddle duo.

Who: Rob Thompson

Where: Crystal Lounge

Easy-going rock ’n’ roll hits with a touch of the blues.

Who: Cameron Chu

Where: The Bearfoot Bistro & Champagne Bar

Old school jazz and R&B tributes with Chu and his piano.

Who: Papa Woody

Where: Pemberton Hotel

Classic rock.

What: Das Boot Ballet

Where: Boot Pub

Hot babes with no clothes dance for fella’s with fists full of cash.

CLUBS AND DJS

What: Free Fall Friday

Where: Maxx Fish

Fridays are made for spinning. Hip hop, R&B and Top 40 classics from DJ Dizzy.

What: Flavour Fridays

Where: Tommy Africa’s

DJ Rob Banks spins all your favourite hip hop, R&B and Top 40 hits from 10 p.m. on.

Who: DJ Peace Frog

Where: Buffalo Bill’s

It’s the right night to get out and shake it at this Friday night frenzy.

Who: DJ R3

Where: Garfinkel’s

Dance the night away to a mix of hip hop and R&B classics.

Who: DJ Tone Ballone

Where: Moe Joe’s

Back by popular demand filling the floor with all your faves.

Who: DJ Derek

Where: Savage Beagle

Dropping the best Top 40 hip hop, R&B and house cuts in the red lounge or down below.

Saturday, Sept. 13

LIVE MUSIC AND EVENTS

Who: Dave Adelberg

Where: MY (Millenium) Place

Backed up by the Whistler Singers, Adelberg croons romantic jazz classics from the ’30s & ’40s. Tickets $15-$18. Show starts at 8 p.m.

What: Reflection premiere

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