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The diva of divas, you've never seen Cher quite like this. From the hair to the "not-quite-there" bodysuit, to the rhinestone-covered boots, this is the Cher impersonator you've been waiting for...

Here's a quick trivia question: Who is the only person to have ever received each of these awards--the Academy award, the Grammy award, the Emmy award, three Golden Globe awards, and the Best Actress award and the Cannes Film Festival. Here's a hint: look about three inches to the right. Give yourself a pat on the back if you answered "Cher!" Give yourself another pat on the back if you answered using a "Cher" voice!




Formed almost 10 years ago, the Mojo Stars quickly established themselves as a force to be reckoned with, thanks to their combination of well-crafted originals and timely covers.  With deep roots in the blues and soul, combined with a rock-driven edge, the band is currently supporting their latest release, “Under The Influence”, which is garnering rave reviews while enjoying large amounts of airplay, both at home and abroad.

Get prepared for one of Vancouver’s premier bands. Incognito rocks the house every time they come to Club 240 and the audience loves it.. Incognito is led by the fiery guitar work of Rob Montgomery and features the dynamic vocals of Amanda Dean. Add to that, the masterful keyboard work of Steve Werbicki on piano and B3 and the driving rhythm section of bassist David Barton and drummer Darrell Mayes (formerly with Colin James) and what you end up with is an amazing evening of music and dance. Don’t miss it!

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Come out and experience the “NEW” Ocean Park Wailers. What started out as an organic project between three experienced but retired musicians many years ago has transformed into an eight piece South Surrey favorite.This band brings amazing energy to every show as they perform a collection of deep blues, rock,  R&B, roots and originals. They particularly please the dance crowd who come in droves to their performances.The Wailers have recently made some changes and are really excited to announce two new lead singers. Welcomed into the fold are Terry Raible and Carolyn Neopole.
Terry Raible is very well known in Vancouver music circles having sung with such bands as Granville, Mainland and Sterling, All About Jack, Top City  and currently being the lead singer of Big City Soul. His dynamic singing style has made him a Vancouver favorite. He is excited about getting back to his R & R roots with the Wailers.
Carolyn Neapole is an exciting, wise performer and a songwriter with a poet’s love of words and a painter’s eye for detail who for years has been a fixture on the Victoria and Vancouver music scene.  Winner of the West Coast M Awards for Top Female Songwriter and Top Female Vocalist, Neapole has had a career of being recognized for the depth of her songwriting and the wisdom in her voice and has often been compared to Sarah McLachlan, Jann Arden and Natalie Merchant.
Together with band members Kevin Irwin on lead guitar and vocals, Russ Froese on bass and vocals, Paul Sorbara on drums, Elliot Clarkson on sax and vocals and the double barreled keyboard combo of Bill Brooks and Jim Widdifield they make up an exciting “get off your seat and dance” ensemble.


Formed in 2015, the Retrogrades have recently begun bringing their love of high-energy Rock n’ Rock to venues south of the Fraser.  The Retrogrades play danceable hits from across the years, including Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Beatles, Lenny Kravitz, Queen, Duran Duran, The Doors, as well as recent hits from performers like Weeknd & Pharrell.

The Retrogrades came together when 3 work colleagues realized all they shared a love of live music. Ted Johnson (vocals, guitar), Brad Bauman (lead guitar) and Neil Stephenson (drums) work together in leadership roles with the Delta School District.  After a year of jamming for fun and a few school district events, discussions about expanding the project began. The search for a bass player lead them to Stephan Major, a local Ocean Park contractor.

Recently the Retrogrades have begun playing shows locally around White Rock and Ladner, including a recent and memorable opportunity to be the opening act for Jim Byrnes.  Shows so far have been packed out and full of energy. Come ready to dance!