Get ready to do some hillbilly boogie with Slim Sandy and band

Slim Sandy and the Hillbilly Boogie Gang will perform at the Victoria Event Centre

Slim Sandy and the Hillbilly Boogie Gang will perform at the Victoria Event Centre, 1415 Broad St., for the launch of their first and self-titled CD. The Victoria band features Slim Sandy on guitar, vocals and harmonica, Sascha Gilbert on lead guitar and vocals, Big Daddy Bo on bass and vocals and the Rockin Reverend on drums.

The CD features 12 tracks and shows off the band’s electric live show.

Bring your dancing shoes and arrive by 8:30 p.m. to get a jive dance lesson from Be Boppin Baby – Victoria artist Tracey Nelson.

Slim Sandy has been performing roots rock and roll with various bands since 1980.

The show is on Jan. 27. Tickets, available at Culture Craze, the Bay Centre and Mayfair shopping centre are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.


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