Jay Bradley Band

Jay Bradley, born in the Lower Mainland and living in the Okanagan, has experienced a long and hard music journey, but this Canadian Country Singer is now doing what he loves to do.

He recorded his first single in 2006 "Don't Look Back", a ballad written by Danny McBride, which gave him his first taste of the studio life.  2007 turned out to be a great year for the Jay Bradley Band performing shows around Kelowna, and at the Merritt Mountain Music Festival’s 15th Anniversary.

After taking a break for several years, Jay returned to the music stage, which started off with a performance at a private function in 2010 with country music recording artists Doc Walker.  Since that time, he has performed on stage at various shows throughout the Okanagan,  Just recently he has released “We Fell Out of Love” which has been released to the European market.

Still playing today as a cover artist around his busy work schedule,  Jay Bradley is loving life and looking forward to many more years performing and entertaining.  Jay declares that "it's not about fame and fortune; it's about getting up there and doing what you love doing for the people and fans."

Kitsch 'N Sync

Kitsch 'n Sync is a Kelowna based female vocal trio dedicated to bringing back the glamour and style of the 1940s, 50s and 60s girl groups. Think "Andrews Sisters" meet "The Supremes", with style, sass and flair. 

Founded by Kim Foreman-Rhindress and Karen Mason in 2013, Patricia Korthuis joined the group in 2017 when the third member moved to Calgary.  Their three-part vocal harmonies and kitschy charisma combined with costumes of the time will have you tapping your toes and singing along to all your favourite oldies.


Sons Of Stanley

Formed in 2015 from a group of construction professionals with varied musical backgrounds, Sons of Stanley is part of the creative arm of The Concosts Group, a 50-year veteran of Western Canada’s construction and development industry.

Lead singer and harmonica player Matthew K. Weber and vocalist/guitarist John Higgins craft a unique live sound that resonates with diverse audiences.  From  corporate fundraisers and conferences to intimate open mics, Sons gathers fans wherever they play.

SOS is joined this year by guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Danny Davies and keyboard maestro Pat Covernton who bring an eclectic mix of harmonies and creative energy to the mix.

They look forward to rocking the main stage for the third year in a row from 5:00 to 6:30PM on Friday, August 24th.  Don’t miss them!

Visit them online at www.sonsofstanley.com or find them on social media.


Cover 2 Cover

Cover2Cover is a four piece classic rock dance band created by Jim Rhindress in 2010 who wanted to bring together some of the very best classic rock musicians in Kelowna who love to play dance music and who are at the top of their game musically. He also wanted them to be well... just really great people!
C2C has proven itself to be THE classic rock cover band of choice for events large and small ranging from private corporate parties to large fundraising events like the Golden Plate Canadian Culinary Championships (three years in a row) as well as the Earth, Wind & Fire event for Nature Trust of BC (three years in a row).

Performing for a wide variety of fundraisers over the years at the Mission Hall, Cover2Cover is a regular headliner for Parks Alive, The WAM (Wine & Music) event at the Rotary Centre for the Arts and the yearly lobster dinner and dance fundraiser for Rotary. They are the dance band of choice for discerning party planners and fundraising coordinators who expect excellence!

Composed of versatile vocalist/guitarists Jim Rhindress and Mike Mueller, veteran vocalist/bassist Mike Kleineberg and the amazing Ken Pendleton on drums and vocals, Cover2Cover is a high energy classic rock dance band that can be counted on to provide a great night of music that people love to dance to!


Rachel Layne

Rachel Layne’s folk-pop writing and performance style combines timeless romanticism with the relevancy of today’s youthful generation. She’s a 2016 Spotlight Performance provincial finalist, 2015 Unsigned Only Music semi-finalist and one of eight artists selected by Music Publisher Ole to perform at their inaugural “on the spot” contest during CCMA Week. 

She has performed at emerging artist showcases during CCMA Week for the past six years, been featured at the Opening Ceremonies of the International Children’s Winter Games, has performed at the Merritt Country Music Walk of Stars, the Calgary Stampede and during a BC Lions Half Time Show for a Salute to Veterans. She also sings anthems for her local and provincial sports teams. 

Rachel is an avid supporter for environmental sustainability, with one of her original songs about the beauty of nature selected as a winner at the Get to Know International Youth Environmental Conference. “I think this is a girl to keep your eye on. Her songwriting style has such a beautiful vibe, very raw and honest.” – Diva Shane, Music Bank Music Review


Black Cat Soul

Black Cat Soul is a Kelowna based four-piece band writing and performing their own brand of smooth blues, roots and soul and putting their own spin on old favourites and classics.

With passionate vocals and articulate guitar passages over the foundation of a strong back beat and the vintage resonance of the upright bass this quartet is sure to please.

Entertainers include Betty Goodacre (vocals and percussion), James Hay (guitar and vocals), Chris Stanford (upright and electric bass), and Jay Dallamore (drums).



Lost N Found

Lost N found is a five piece country band from Kelowna, BC., in the Okanagan Valley, generating tasteful three part harmonies, melodic mandolin, foot stomping rhythms and of course that good o'l country twang. 

The band derives their sound from traditional country, alternative and new country which is well represented in their original music. They are sure to liven your party; and as is the way of country music, they will either get you feeling really high or really low.

We host many bands at the OK Corral Cabaret and this group is one of the top....a must see!  They're very talented and humble. They keep the crowd dancing and play a mix of top country with classics but it's their originals that will really blow you away. (Andy) 

Sista B and the Boyz

Sista B and the Boyz are one of the Okanagan’s most popular bands. Lead singer, Barbara Samuel, performs old classics and the latest hits with energy, soul and power.

The band is always a crowd pleaser, with interactive shows that are entertaining

for people of all ages.


The Johnny McCuaig Band

The Johnny McCuaig Band is a Canadian band. Now, you’re probably wondering, “What does that mean?” Well, for starters, they don’t say ‘about’ as ‘aboot’ and they definitely don’t sound like Nickelback, Justin Bieber, Arcade Fire or Drake. Instead, they draw on Canada’s rich, cultural mosaic to create an original mix of musical genres that stands out in the crowd. We’re talking a super fun blend of adult contemporary rock, pop, and blues combined with their not-so-secret weapon: bagpipes!

The Johnny McCuaig Band consistently thrills fans with their one-of-a-kind live show that bursts with energy and positive vibes. If you don’t leave a TJMB show without a perma-grin then there’s just no hope for you.

This group has electrified audiences in Sweden, Japan, Canada, Mexico and The U.S.A.  With their new release “Lions as Ravens” coming out Sept of 2018, TJMB is set to be a house hold name.  The band consists of Johnny McCuaig- lead vocals, bagpipes and rhythm guitar, James Picton Lead – guitar and vocals, Allen Morrison – rhythm guitar and vocals, Kevin Kyle – Bass and vocals, and Dan Barton – Drums, percussion and vocals.

To truly get the full Johnny McCuaig Band experience, you HAVE to see them live onstage. Live, their brand of melodic ear candy becomes a feast for the senses. Bagpipes, a kilt, crunching guitars, a hip-shaking rhythm section, and boundless energy makes for one hell of a show. These guys continue to exemplify rock music without the sensitive beards and banjo’s.  With high profile gigs such as Fremont Street in Las Vegas and Live at Heart festival in Sweden under their belt to countless venues across Canada and the U.S. A., TJMB is set on expanding the McCuaig Brigade around the world.

It’s not Celtic. It’s not pop. It’s not alternative. It’s everything. It’s TJMB. The McCuaig Brigade is a party and you’re invited!

Marci's Beach

Marci’s Beach is a trio that emerges weekly from the dankest darkest depths of Lake Okanagan to tickle the eardrums of the people. Their unique blend of Rock and Roll isn’t quite classic rock, it isn’t quite new school, and it’s a bit of both. It’s a little bit weird; it’s a little bit wild.

They’ve got songs about good times. They’ve got songs about robots. They’ve got songs about black holes. Think Led Zeppelin meets Royal Blood and Primus.

Come watch the boys rip, celebrating their first year of storming around British Columbia on Sunday, August 26th at 2:30.

You can touch base at their social media homelands below:



Fighting Orange

Based in Kelowna, BC., Fighting Orange has risen from the ashes of The Fighting Urges and Glockwerk.  Fighting Orange is a harmonious, acoustic duo featuring Dave Beaton and Peter Glockner.  Dave is stylin’ out on guitar and well-placed harmonies while multi-tasker Peter Glockner can be found blowing a mean blues harp, banging on the bongos like a chimpanzee or strumming a guitar to accompany his lead vocals.
Join the Dave and Pete Show on their eclectic, acoustic musical tour as they work their way through a heap of great covers ranging from AC-DC to ZZ TOP and all points in between with a strong nod to the Beatles, Tom Petty and some classic Rolling Stones.  Strong harmonies and solid musicianship ensure that everyone will be smiling, tapping their toes, dancing and generally having a raucous time from the first note to the last. Why would you want to miss this?

Accolades:  “at every place we play, the staff tell us that we’re their favorite band!”

Melissa Livingstone

Melissa, a singer and songwriter, started writing music around the age of 13, with a love and passion for the stage since early childhood.  She was influenced by some of the greats, like Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson and Randy Travis and has been actively creating her own unique sound in country music.

She has since then recorded a full-length album, filmed three music videos, and released two singles to country radio. 
will be smiling, tapping their toes, dancing and generally having a raucous time from the first note to the last. Why would you want to miss this?

Accolades:  “at every place we play, the staff tell us that we’re their favorite band!”