To lead up to that and also celebrate this award with Howlers and their friends we will be hosting a "Howlers Night" at on Saturday October 18 beginning at 6:30 pm at James Bay Clubhouse (upstairs) at 205 Simco (Mc Donald Park)in Victoria
To order your tickets please SEND KARL FIX A RETURN EMAIL (email@example.com)TELLING ME HOW MANY TICKETS YOU WOULD LIKE AND THEN IN TURN FORWARD YOUR CHEQUES PAYABLE TO the Dog River Howlers to Karl Fix c/o East End Dental, 2069 Park Street, Regina Sask., S4N-6S2. KEEP IN MIND THAT THERE ARE ONLY 100 TICKETS AVAILABLE !!! .................(40 Tickets left!!)
6:30 to 7:20 pm - cocktails
7:20 to 8:20 - dinner
8:20 - 9:10 - first performance
9:40 - 10:30 - second performance
Entertainment will be provided by Juno Award and Canadian Guitar Wars winner singer/guitarist JACK SEMPLE ( http://www.jacksemple.com/) . The cost per ticket will $100 which will include a full dinner (with wine) and this world class entertainment. All attendees will also be automatically entered for some draws for Howlers paraphernalia and a number of giclee limited edition prints.
About Jack Semple
Jack is one of those rare guitar players who leaves a crowd speechless, one of those players who leaves a crowd in total astonishment, in absolute awe of what they have just experienced. Listening to and watching Jack play fills one with a sense of having witnessed an event in time, one not soon to be forgotten. Jack Semple is an absolute virtuoso of his art form, playing with unparalleled feeling and total technical control.
He is an epic guitarist and a soulful singer. His music is like Stevie Ray Vaughn meets James Brown meets Robben Ford. He is a Juno Award winner and Western Canadian Music Award winner.
Semple also commenced a solo recording career that has resulted in the release of ten albums. In 1992, Semple came to national prominence through winning the MuchMusic "Guitar Wars" contest. Semple has been twice nominated, in 1999 and 2000, for a Gemini Award for his soundtrack work on the television series Incredible Story Studio. Semple won a Juno award in 1991 for best roots recording. He has won two Western Canadian music awards for "Qu'Appelle" and "In the Blue Light".
Semple has played from Vancouver to Montreux, has worked for CBC radio and TV, and shared the stage with a wide range of top artists, from Martha Reeves to the Drifters, Little Anthony, Colin James, the Lincolns, Ronnie Hawkins and K.D.Lang