Vinyl Envy 4-Year Anniversary:: David P. Smith & The Ape Shit Army, Whiskey and Fire, David Chenery

Sun. March 31st 7:30PM - 10:00PM doors at 7:00PM (All Ages)
$12 adv / $15 On sale now
Tickets at: Vinyl Envy
Presented by: Vinyl Envy, Creative BC
Vinyl Envy is very proud to celebrate our 4 Year Anniversary Weekend with live musical performances each day in-store, and evening shows~

Supported by Creative BC and the Province of British Columbia

Closing out the weekend, on Sunday March 31st are the very talented

David P. Smith & the Ape Shit Army (Victoria, BC)
Outsider singer-songwriter accordionist steeped in blues, roots, noise, surrealism. Fantastical odysseys once embarked upon in saturated dreams have turned to dour sepia abstractions - grim, inexplicable melodramas that make Kafka look like Dr. Seuss. Still, David P. Smith is able to write songs and play his accordion. This show will feature David's wild backing band, 'The Apeshit Army' (including the amazing Rad Juli on drums) ♥

with
Whiskey And Fire (Victoria, BC)
Local three piece Whiskey and Fire will be sure to warm you up with their swoony old-school vibes, including live upright bass, drums and more~ Don't miss this musical magic (the energy this band brings will get you moving instantly)

and
David Chenery (Victoria, BC)
Formerly of Black Valley Gospel, and currently of The HEX, David Chenery music will be opening the night with a unique solo set of originals~ David's voice is haunting and plays on the darker side of country and his songs will take you on a journey

~~~ Sunday March 31st ~~~ (Early Show)
$12 advance / $15 at the door
Doors 7:00PM - All Ages Welcome
1717 Quadra Street
[Vinyl Envy Records & Live Music]

Advance tickets available NOW online
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/david-p-smith-and-the-apeshit-army-whiskey-fire-david-chenery-tickets-58510652938

or
in-person at Vinyl Envy

David P. Smith & The Ape Shit Army (Monkey Blues)

Deconstructing and reconstructing blues and roots music with musical primitivism and sad, savage, slapstick, surreal songs. Rhythm driven accordion hot through a tube-powered amp, yummy yummy guitar, solid ass-twitchin' rhythm section. more info

David Chenery (Apocalyptic folk songs)

Nightmare poems wrapped in traditional styled folk songs, D. Chenery has played at Thursdays' with Clay George, the Brickyard and The Blenz Cafe. He is currently recording a CD in a black hole of a basement. Influenced by guys like Hank Williams, Ledbelly, The Velvet Underground... more info