Music Rundown: Who you should be watching play live this week

Fill your calendar this week with these great shows

Whether you are feeling love bubbling through your heart, the sweet pang of heartbreak, or if you are happily single, there will be great music to fill your calendar with this weekend.

Post-Modern Connection has been a rising star in the Okanagan, they will be playing at Fernando’s Pub Friday night with At Mission Dolores and David the Comic.

The band is not one to miss, with members hailing from different parts of the world, Post-Modern Connection converges in Kelowna to blend its cultures into a distinct sound.

Tega Ovie, from Nigeria, Georges Nasrallah from Lebanon, Steven Lin from Taiwan and Aaron Gordon from Canada let their different cultural backgrounds pour through their songs.

“Culture is huge. How do I show people more of our culture and where we are coming from in a digestible and easy way for them to understand…We use cultural references and aspects to share a different perspective,” said Ovie.

Read more about them in my article, Post-Modern Connection bring their culture to the forefront of their music.

Saturday night, the only place to be is watching Floyd Meets Brown with Chase The Bear. The band has their own funk, soul rock-n-roll flare. The dynamic four-piece that formed in 2013 is full of big bold sounds.

Friday, Feb. 15

Saturday, Feb. 16

Penticton

Friday, Feb. 15

Saturday Feb. 16

Vernon

Friday, Feb. 15

Saturday Feb. 16

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