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Locomotive Ghost returns to where they began

Nelson Daily Editor
By Nelson Daily Editor
September 11th, 2011

Magic Bus with the Man in Havana

Tuesday, Sept. 13 – Showtime 10 pm

Some of the best local DJ’s can be found at the Royal on Tuesday nights.  And there’s never any cover.

Variety Shows with Estevan and Tracy Lynn

Wednesday, Sept. 14 – Starts 8:30 pm

Come to listen, come to play, the stage is open.

Adrian Glynn with T. Nile

Thursday, Sept. 15 – Doors 7 pm –

  • Tickets $7 at the door –

When Adrian Glynn stands alone at the microphone, there is a pause; something changes in the air and then the whole room leans in to listen. 

The Vancouver-based musician composes on acoustic and lap-slide guitars, as well as a balalaika, a Ukrainian folk instrument passed down through a century of his ancestry.

A storyteller in his own right, Glynn has the ability to hypnotize listeners with tales of sinners, lovers, and redemption-seekers.

In concert, he is a captivating and passionate performer, often using only his voice to carry the weight of his words. 

He is a truly gifted singer-songwriter and the Royal is happy to have him….and you will be happy to have seen him. 

Wassabi Duo

Friday, September 16th – A Virgo Celebration – Doors 8pm –

  • Tickets $10 at the door –

Melissa and Gisto of Wassabi Collective are hosting a Virgo’s Soiree.  Celebrate life with birthday beats, brakes and bodypaint (by Jenny Jenn and M3). 

Dress your best for this amazing night of dancing and performance art.

Locomotive Ghost and Friends

Saturday, Sept. 17 – Doors 7pm –

Meeting at Nelson’s Selkirk College, the trio that is now Locomotive Ghost returns to where they began for your listening pleasure.

Join us for their first show back in Nelson and for what’s sure to be a great night of music.  Locomotive Ghost is not just another rock band. 

It is a melding of songwriters, poets, producers, and artists that yields modern folk infused with 70’s roots-rock and galvanized by cross-decade alternatives. 

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