Friday, December 12, 2014
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
St. John’s United Church
From the Beautiful Cowichan Valley and surrounding areas, Jane’s Way are a group of talented musicians whose renditions of Celtic jigs and reels will have your feet dancing, and whose original songs will have you appreciate Life on Earth even more.
The group are Jane Way on flute, tin whistle and accordion, whose classical training easily crossed over to this music.
Andy Cooper on mandolin who can pick ethereal harmonies out of the air, as well as sing, play guitar, and occasional bagpipes.
Paul Ruszel, whose guitar sings with his love for music and whose songs will open your heart.
Kim Cooper has recently joined the group to add her angelic voice to the mix, as well as her rhythmic stylings on the bodhran.
Oceana Cato is the youngest member of the band, and keeps the rest of us hopping with her East Coast style fiddling!
Steve Johnson has joined the band as of 2010, and is an accomplished whistle player who appears to learn tunes in his sleep.