We’ve been hard at work creating new material for our forthcoming release that’ we’ll be recording at the end of the summer. We were kindly asked to play for the West Coast Environmental Law benefit on July 22 and will doing an opening set with great musicians from some new material we’ve put together.
A Night of Musicand Friends
in Support of West Coast Environmental Law
An intimate house concert featuring Canadian Artists:
+ The Starlight Pines
WHEN: SATURDAY JULY 22.
Doors open at 6:00 PM with
music starting at 7:00 PM
with $20 of every ticket going to West
Coast Environmental Law. There will
only be 65 Tickets sold, so please remit
payment to reserve your spots.
FOOD AND DRINK: There will be snacks
and non-alcoholic drinks provided, BYOB.
We’re looking forward to playing a show in Victoria at Vinyl Envy with two other great local Vic bands Ger No Good and Still Fools – show starts at 7pm ($10 at the door) – hope to see you there 😉
Here’s a short video of us playing at Cafe Deux Soleil on Commerical Drive in Vancouver on March 1st 2017.
Thanks to, Gary Dunsby for filming us 🙂
a nice little review/promo from Ride the Tempo:
and eeking on the charts at CITR
We’re very excited to be opening for Parkland (recently back from tour) this Saturday for their album release: Monument
Join us this Saturday, November 12 at LanaLou’s, 362 Powell Street
Show starts at 9pm, $10 at the door
We welcome two new members to The Starlight Pines band—keyboardist Jenna Dunsby, and bassist Gavin Smith. We’ve been enjoying making music with these two for the past four months and they will be joining us in our upcoming November show dates.
A little bit about Jenna and Gavin:
After nearly 15 years training as a classical pianist, Jenna now plays keyboard for The Starlight Pines. She wishes she had realized sooner that playing in a band is way more fun than reading sheet music (although she’s grateful she can read sheet music). Jenna enjoys being outside, dulcet tones and thinking about the universe.
At ten years old, Gavin’s parents put him into classical guitar lessons and since then he has progressed from throwing tantrums about learning sheet music, to writing terrible punk songs, to playing in a series of bands with embarrassing names. After a number of years writing music in his spare time while focusing on other things in life, Gavin was happy to come on board as The Starlight Pines’ bass player.
Gavin and Jenna, like Jordan and Gerilee, are married, but the band was unable to reach consensus on changing its name to Double Date.
We’re excited to be playing for Anvil Press’ Dark & Stormy Night fall book launch this Thursday, Nov. 3.
It’s a FREE event, preceded by short readings from four Anvil authors debuting their novels this fall.
For more information click HERE
Thursday, November 3, 2016
The Dark and Stormy Night Anvil Press Book Launch
7pm—Open to the public
Beaumont Studios: 326 West 5th Avenue
Saturday, November 12, 2016
Parkland album release show w/guests The Starlight Pines
Lana Lou’s: 362 Powell Street, Vancouver
Friday, November 18, 2016
Cultural Crawl 2016 (happy to be back for a second year)
7pm—Open to the public
Creative Coworkers: 343 Railway Street, Vancouver
Buzz 010 for entry (there will signs directing you to the space)
We were guests on Coop Radio two weeks ago for their show “Make a Better World” with host Roberta LaQuaglia from the Vancouver Farmers Market (I make Jordan’s Jam when not making music). We talked jam and music and our tracks Grace and Birdie were played from our new EP, “Old Yale Road”.
CJSF’s Arts Show hosted by Jacob Gradowski played our track “Animist” and promo’d our EP release show at Creative Coworkers which happened last Friday (Sept. 9).
If you missed the on air versions you can listen here:
Coop 100.5 FM – http://www.coopradio.org/content/make-better-world-163
CJSF 90.1 FM – http://www.cjsf.ca/vanilla_archives/2016_September_08_17_00.mp3
More shows coming soon!!!
Thanks for all those who cam out last week!