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  • Sat. November 18, 2017

    Emily Chambers

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Emily Chambers is a dynamic vocalist with a sultry tone and a powerhouse range. With a love for classic soul and R&B, she combines an old school Motown vibe with hints of hip hop and a little bit of Southern grit, to give you a fresh sound that hits you in the gut.
    “[Her] sultry no-bullshit brand of classic soul and R&B reminds me of a cross between Diana Krall and En Vogue.” – Colleen Rennison, Beatroute Magazine
    “It follows in the tradition of impassioned soul records. It has the warmth, intimacy and confessional tone of classic soul. The horns float like an Otis Redding album, her singing sometimes recalls Etta James, the vibe is Motown.” – Tom Harrison, The Montreal Gazette

  • Sun. November 19, 2017

    Robin Layne & Friends

    Doors 7pm
    Show 9pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Robin Layne has become a regular fixture on the folk festival circuit, performing with Locarno, Mazacote, Tambura Rasa and collaborating with many Juno Award winning folk and world artists. His recent touring engagements have led him to Mexico, Italy, China, the U.S. and across Canada. He has followed his love of world music to Cuba, Guinea, Mali, and Mexico studying under master drummers and marimbists of those respective traditions.
    The Robin Layne Band plays music that is inspired by his travels and evokes memories of summer days full of adventure and playfulness. With roots in jazz, Latin and African traditions this groove heavy ensemble delivers music that will uplift your spirit, put a smile on your face and take your ears on a journey into the stratosphere. Since forming in 2015 the band has been filling dance floors around Vancouver and performing at festivals across BC and beyond. They are currently working on their debut album to be released in the fall of 2017.

  • Mon. November 20, 2017

    DAñSE

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    DAñSE is a collaboration between Daniel Ruiz and Sean Bayntun using structured improvisation with electronic and acoustic instruments. Every DAñSE performance has its own unique life and feeling, transporting your ears mind and body through a musical journey of magic mysticism and lots of dancing.

  • Tue. November 21, 2017

    Uno Mas

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    PAy-What-You-Can

    A Vancouver opus, Uno Mas’ music is a Soul- Jazz flavour, peppered with funk, hip- hop, reggae, drum & bass, and Latin grooves. Embracing a unique, modern sound, this is a trio that never fails to deliver. With original guitar by Kelly Brown, bass by Dino DiNicolo and drums by Travis Nelson, these boys have one of the freshest, groove-based, live acts Vancouver has to offer!

  • Wed. November 22, 2017

    The Jen Hodge Allstars

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930Pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    It's Wednesday! Time to get your swing on, so strap on your dancing shoes and join us at Guilt & Co for a night of jazzy goodness!
    Vancouver-based upright bassist Jen Hodge leads a rotating cast of local and visiting musicians through a night of high energy traditional jazz music every Wednesday. Expect hard swinging grooves, boisterous New Orleans style horns, cheeky lyrics, clever arrangements, and plenty of spontaneous fun.

  • Thu. November 23, 2017

    F*ck Up Nights Vol. 08

    Doors 6pm
    Talks 630-830 pm
    Tickets:
    $10 advance at fun-08.eventbrite.com
    $15 at the door
    www.facebook.com/FUNightsVancouver

    Fuck Up Nights Vol. 08
    An intimate evening of storytelling and wisdom, F*up Nights is speaker series that takes place in over 150 cities around the world. Stories about failure and inspiring things. #FUNYVR

  • Thu. November 23, 2017

    GroundUp presents 'This is Not a Band' feat: Scott Verbeek

    Doors 8:30pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    'This Is Not a Band' is a performance format near and dear to us at Guilt and Company. It is an assembled group of instrumentalists just getting on stage, calling tunes, and seeing what happens. This is a great opportunity for guests to experience the high level of musicianship our city has to offer.

    Tonight, we have:
    -Scott Verbeek on guitar
    -Ian Weiss on sax
    -Adam Cormier on drums
    -Derek Difilippo on bass

    These fine gentlemen are some of Vancouver's finest instrumentalists in the Funk/R&B scene, come down to see what happens!

  • Fri. November 24, 2017

    Kristie McCracken

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Kristie McCracken is one of Vancouver’s most promising young vocal talents bring her smooth and silky sound down to the basement. You might recognize Kristie from her work alongside artists including The Boom Booms, Daniel Wesley, Buckman Coe, and Dawn Pemberton. Jim Byrnes, Ken Boothe, Leroy Sibbles, Barrington Levy, and Toots and the Maytals. Don't miss her first full length solo album simply titled “Let Go & Grow”.

  • Sat. November 25, 2017

    Krystle Dos Santos

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Krystle Dos Santos and the Lovemakers have been together for almost 5 years, playing together at festivals and shows around Vancouver. In 2013 after Krystle returned from a 'WalkAbout' trip through the southern and eastern USA, she was in an ArtsClub Production of Dreamgirls the musical, she had a desire to showcase the talents of the amazing cast she worked with and organized a Dreamgirls Cabaret at Guilt & Co. Spinning off the success of that night, Dos Santos was asked to create an event that would continue encompass the feeling of what she discovered in the small bars and cafes of Memphis and New Orleans and so was born Underneath The Harlem Moon Cabaret. Guitarist Michael Meroniuk, bassist Nic Bermudez and Drummer Jonny Holisko are the foundation of the band that brings this night to life - with a rotation of singing, dancing and instrumental guests, Dos Santos hosts the night with the intention of bringing some of Vancouver's most talented to a stage where they can let their hair down and sing their hearts out the first Tuesday of every month.

  • Mon. November 27, 2017

    Alita Dupray

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Help smooth out your Monday with sultry vocals of the very talented Alita Dupray. This show is not to be missed!

  • Tue. November 28, 2017

    Emotions Open Mic

    Doors 7pm

    Emotions Open Mic - Roots Roots Roots with some special acts. so make sure you come out and bring a friend or a date. To reserve your table send us a message online via our Brand SPANKING NEW website. If you have never been to an Emotions Open Mic show, lets change all of that on the 28th. For guestlist you can send a message on their facebook page or head to Get signed up now.

  • Tue. November 28, 2017

    HB Wild

    Door 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Henri Brown (HB) has a long and expansive background in the music and film industry. He was reared in a family of performing artists, notably, the first cousin to 1960s rock guitarist, Jimi Hendrix; the son of Pearl Brown, a jazz singer known as Black Cultured Pearl; a nephew to 1950s and 1960s television singer and personality, Eleanor Collins who is now a member of the B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame. Undoubtedly, HB´s destiny was the entertainment industry. Early in his performance career as a singer/composer/band leader, HB groomed and developed HB Concept. The band won the reputable T.V. network CBC´s Fame Game competition, which resulted in a half hour television show. Soon after, the band was named most promising act of the West Coast Music Awards.
    Henri Brown HB Concept has met with international acclaim throughout their European and Asian tours. Other highlights include producing a live jazz concert featuring vocalist “Black Cultured Pearl” and Trumpeter, Wynton Marsalis. Brown played Det. Henri Brown in the UPN TV series The Sentinel. Always and ever diverse, HB Wild was born and has been enjoying a great deal of success as well in South East Asia. 2007 HB Wild was asked to open the brand new MGM Grand in Macau, China. May 2009, HB Wild was invited back to that cool place Macau to perform this time at the biggest casino in the world, The Venetian Hotel & Casino.
    In March 2011 HB Wild released a new CD on ITunes called Wait 4 Me on his own label Rece Records. Henri had five new releases before the end of the year. One of his projects is an unreleased CD of the late Buddy Miles. May 2011 Henri was invited to perform with his hero´s Ernie Isley and Will Calhoun of Living Colour on the Experience Hendrix Tribute Tour. The tour also featured guitar greats like, Jonny Lang, Kenny Wayne Sheppard, Vernon Reid, Keb´ Mo, Robert Randolph, The Campbell Brothers, Steve Vai, Mato, just to name a few.

  • Wed. November 29, 2017

    Early Show: Nolan Hubbard

    Doors 7pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    A regular on the southern Ontario club scene, Nolan Hubbard has played many of the top clubs in Toronto, and has already journeyed across the country on a self-booked, self-promoted tour that saw him play for audiences from Thunder Bay, through Winnipeg, Regina and Vancouver.
    This album is a game changer for Hubbard, as he’s stepped out with a confident and strong debut – a collection of songs that are accessible, compelling and which wind their way into people’s souls. It’s a record that will undoubtedly make music lovers, cultural tastemakers and the music industry feel good about the future of popular music in Canada.

  • Wed. November 29, 2017

    The Jen Hodge Allstars

    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    It's Wednesday! Time to get your swing on, so strap on your dancing shoes and join us at Guilt & Co for a night of jazzy goodness!
    Vancouver-based upright bassist Jen Hodge leads a rotating cast of local and visiting musicians through a night of high energy traditional jazz music every Wednesday. Expect hard swinging grooves, boisterous New Orleans style horns, cheeky lyrics, clever arrangements, and plenty of spontaneous fun.

  • Thu. November 30, 2017

    Early Show: Katie Kuffel

    Doors 7pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Katie Kuffel is a composer and musician based in Seattle, Washington. Her first full-length album, Pearls, was released in October of 2015 after a successful Kickstarter campaign. Her first EP, Animal Pragmatist, was released in 2013.
    Katie’s songwriting is both innovative and thoughtful, with a contemporary sound that draws from blues, jazz, and folk music as well as her training in classical cello and jazz piano. An openly queer artist, she explores concepts of sexuality and femininity throughout her works.
    Katie has been featured as the musical act in popular podcast Welcome to Nightvale, and in PopMatters as one of the ‘best musical hopes to break out on 2016.'
    In the words of author Adam Finley:
    Pearls sounds like alternate-reality Regina Spektor, heavily steeped in the Pacific Northwest with bright piano and a gorgeous voice gliding, rich and effortless, through craftily constructed songs that balance whimsy and self-awareness.
    Pearls is available on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon and Bandcamp, and Katie can be found performing at venues throughout Seattle and the greater Pacific Northwest.

  • Thu. November 30, 2017

    GroundUp feat. Dutch Robinson

    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    3 time Grammy winner and R&B Hall Of Fame inductee Dutch Robinson brings his considerable soul to bare in a passionate offering a mix of his chart topping hits.

  • Fri. December 1, 2017

    BaZOOka Picnic

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    BaZOOka Picnic brings the FUNK, the whole FUNK, and nuthin’ but the FUNK.
    Hailing from Vancouver, Canada, BaZOOka has taken Vancouver’s music scene by storm and has packed music venues and dance floors since forming in 2014. Inspired by James Brown, Prince, and Parliament Funkadelic, every BaZOOka show turns the dance floor into a party with their irresistible brand of instrumental funk that combines epic grooves with soul, hip–hop, vocal riffing, jazz harmonies and leaves audiences screaming for more.

  • Sat. December 2, 2017

    Kutapira

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Kutapira bring Afro-Cuban vibes together with the melodies of Zimbabwe, creating an original sound guaranteed to at least get your toe tappin'. This Classic Marimba troup that started 15 years ago and keeps on truckin, bringing smiles to faces young and old, and helping you to connect with your tribal inner self on the dance floor.

  • Sun. December 3, 2017

    Guilt&Co. Live w/ Sister Speak

    Doors 7pm
    Show 9pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Edgy Americana that isn't afraid to go deep." - Vinyl District
    Sister Speak is the recording alias for Canadian songwriter Sherri Anne, currently based in both southern California and Vancouver, BC. Sister Speak's moving live show and unique musical pallet has afforded opening slots for Xavier Rudd, Chris Isaak and Air Supply and concerts at premier showcases and concert halls. Sister Speak performs over 150 concerts a year throughout North America and internationally.
    Sister Speak's new experimental EP, featuring elements of folk and electronic is due out in 2017. Keep your eyes out for this exciting release! Pre-order at www.pledgemusic.com/sisterspeak.

  • Mon. December 4, 2017

    Alex Flock Trio

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Alex Flock is a versatile guitarist and flanked by his monster band Sam Cartwright drums, and Jeff Gammon bass. His performances are high energy and traverse many styles. Traditional Travis pickin’ tunes, jazz standards from the days gone by, instrumental arrangements of Beatles’ songs and even his own impressive original works can all be expected at a performance.

  • Tue. December 5, 2017

    Underneath The Harlem Moon

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Join us for "UNDERNEATH THE HARLEM MOON" A Smokey Soul-era Harlem cabaret here in the heart of Gastown! Curated and produced by local soul songstress Ms. Krystle Dos Santos. Featuring a variety of spoken word & vocal guests each month. As always, backed by the amazing Harlem Moon band: Nic Bermudez, Jonny Holisko, and Mike Meroniuk.

  • Wed. December 6, 2017

    The Jen Hodge Allstars

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    It's Wednesday! Time to get your swing on, so strap on your dancing shoes and join us at Guilt & Co for a night of jazzy goodness!
    Vancouver-based upright bassist Jen Hodge leads a rotating cast of local and visiting musicians through a night of high energy traditional jazz music every Wednesday. Expect hard swinging grooves, boisterous New Orleans style horns, cheeky lyrics, clever arrangements, and plenty of spontaneous fun.

  • Thu. December 7, 2017

    Mud Funk

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Mud Funk is a 9-piece funk/soul ensemble hailing from Vancouver, BC. They are uniquely a West Coast take on classic and contemporary R&B, funk, soul and neo-soul grooves.
    The members of Mud Funk are united in their love of inspiring music, good friends, and great times. Sharing this love through music is their mission. Driven by the passionate vocals and lyrics of lead singer Adriana Parejas, Mud Funk will melt your heart, heal your soul and keep you grooving all night long.

  • Sun. December 10, 2017

    Guilt&Co. Live w/ Fortune Killers

    Doors 7pm
    Show 9pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Described by Victoria Music Scene as “one of the most entertaining local bands to watch,” Fortune Killers is widely recognized as a band that “has to be experienced live to be fully appreciated” (Ride The Tempo). Since the release of their 2014 EP Nocturnal, the band has toured nationally with performances at Indie Week, Canadian Music Week, BreakOut West, and Rifflandia Music Festival, and many more.
    Fool's Gold is the first single off Fortune Killer’s debut full length album, slated for release May 2017. Produced by Howard Redekopp (Dear Rouge, Tegan and Sara), the song is inspired by the chase - a passionate desire for something (or someone) that is perpetually ahead yet tantalizingly close.

  • Mon. December 11, 2017

    Terminal Station

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Terminal Station is a Blues-Rock band in the best sense of the word. They take the traditional blues sound and kick it into high gear. Their music is raw and exciting – full of fat bass lines, explosive drumming, risk taking guitar solos and impassioned vocals.
    The members of Terminal Station, Liam MacDonald (drums), Jeremy Holmes (bass), and Scott Smith (vocals, guitar),

  • Tue. December 12, 2017

    Gastown Cabaret

    Doors 7pm
    Arguably the most fun you can have on a weekday (depending on who you ask…), enjoy three exhilarating sets of belly dancers, drag performers, comedy, live stunts, contortionists, burlesque, and random hilariousness ALL IN ONE SHOW!
    This is more than your everyday variety show, this is a full-throttle, one-of-a-kind, interactive adventure!
    No fourth wall found here! Gastown Cabaret would be nothing without the incredible flavour the amazing audience adds to this show. Submerge yourself by participating in the famous DONUT EATING COMPETITION offering delicious rewards or keep it casual by enjoying the photo booth props provided at each table. For the exceptionally brave, you can battle your fellow audience members in the always epic LIP SYNC BATTLE!

  • Wed. December 13, 2017

    The Jen Hodge Allstars

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    It's Wednesday! Time to get your swing on, so strap on your dancing shoes and join us at Guilt & Co for a night of jazzy goodness!
    Vancouver-based upright bassist Jen Hodge leads a rotating cast of local and visiting musicians through a night of high energy traditional jazz music every Wednesday. Expect hard swinging grooves, boisterous New Orleans style horns, cheeky lyrics, clever arrangements, and plenty of spontaneous fun.The Jen Hodge

  • Thu. December 14, 2017

    Early Show: MKT

    Doors 7pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    MKT is a Vancouver-based trio led by guitarist/composer Myles Kump. Featuring all-original compositions that blur the lines between Jazz/Rock//Funk, Myles' music is memorable for it's subtle, stirring harmonies and bright sonic palettes. With influences as diverse as Antonio Carlos Jobim, Radiohead and Herbie Hancock, it features improvisation in the context of irresistible and arresting melodies that leave the listener transformed.

  • Thu. December 14, 2017

    GroundUp feat. Vince Mai

    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    As a trumpeter, Vince has appeared on hundreds of recordings for TV, feature films, commercials, and albums.
    Artists he's shared the stage or recording studio with include - Sarah McLaughlin, Divine Brown, Michael Buble, The Powder Blues, Tom Jones, David Clayton Thomas, David Foster, Phil Dwyer, Don Thompson, The Temptations, Natalie Cole, Eddie Daniels, Buddy Miles, Robben Ford, Long John Baldry, Danilo Perez, Sheldon Reynolds (of Earth Wind & Fire), Soulstream and many others. Vince's studio work has included TV shows like DaVinci's Inquest, Chris Isaak Show, Lonesome Dove, McGyver and Ed, Edd, & Eddy.
    Vince is available for sessions locally and remotely but where necessary, sessions can be recorded and sent electronically. Mai-Music studios is well equiped with mics ranging from RCA ribbon to Neumann Tube to high end condensers. All tracks are cleanly recorded arranged and tailored to your production. Please contact for more info regarding this service.
    Also an award winning composer, Vince has composed music for feature films, documentaries, TV series, video games and commercials for TV, radio and internet. Clients include CBC (Theme for The Early Edition), NFB, FOX, PBS, Knowledge (themes and IDs for the network rebranding), McDonalds, Ford, Electronic Arts, Radical Entertainment, Mattel, Telus, Mazda and many more.
    Also an instructor, Vince has taught music composition for film at the University of British Columbia and currently at Douglas College in Vancouver, BC. The curriculum is completely designed by Vince for learning how to compose music for film, TV, and video; the course is assignment based and challenges the student to compose in many genres with focus on technical and musical considerations. ONLINE COURSE TBA SOON!
    As a solo artist, Vince has released five CDs. With the exception of "FOR ALL WE KNOW", the other CDs feature mostly original compositions. All releases are in the jazz and smooth/gruve/latin jazz genres. Click links for CDs and downloads from iTunes.

  • Fri. December 15, 2017

    Wooden Horsemen

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    The Wooden Horsemen deliver an infectious charge of electrified grooves, commanding a mix of gritty blues vocals and soulful, driving rhythms. Garnering critical praise with their folk laden debut album in 2013, Wooden Horsemen have expanded their sound considerably since embarking on multiple cross-country tours. With the addition of horns and an expanded rhythm section, the group now seamlessly fuses elements of raw blues, soul and rock music, while incorporating a Latin and African inspired rhythmic approach, The outcome is a distinctly unique flavour of pop sensible melodies, driven by a pulse for which the band has built it’s reputation as a must-see live act.

  • Sat. December 16, 2017

    Coco Jafro

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Coco Jafro is a hard hitting force to be reckoned with, unifying the masses with their electrified, funky global rhythms. They bring together the schools of Funk, Soul, Jazz and Afro-beat providing a unique sound that flows from a foundation of deep set grooves. Moroccan born, lead guitarist Amine Said’s musical roots provide an exclusive sound with the proven power to instantly synchronize your soul forcing the crowd to bend and sway.
    In 2016 Coco Jafro added a BreakOut West nomination for Urban Artist Of The Year and CBC Searchlight regional finalist ranking to their arsenal; alongside a Van Isle Music Award nomination for 'Best Live Act', numerous festival performances, North African tour and 3 EPs. With their unique brand of "Vintage Funk & 21st Century Urban Cool" (World Beat Canada), the incredibly passionate and dedicated Coco Jafro return to the studio inspired and eager to lay down their anticipated World infused 4th album; set to be released early 2017.
    Their international perspective comes naturally by way of band mates who were born in exotic locales including Morocco, France, Mozambique, Quebec and British Columbia's own "City of Rainbows", Prince Rupert. Truly World Music!!

  • Sun. December 17, 2017

    Guilt&Co. Live w/ Vince Vaccaro

    Doors 7pm
    Show 9pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Vince Vaccaro is a Canadian singer-songwriter, guitarist and record producer. His musical influences include Bruce Springsteen, Ben Harper, Eddie Vedder, and Adam Granduciel. Vaccaro has played shows in Canada, Australia, and the US, sharing stages with bands such as Mumford & Sons, Temper Trap, Awol Nation, Matt Mays, Jay Malinowski & the Deadcoast, Sam Roberts Band, City & Colour, and Bedouin Soundclash, among many others.
    Come check it out or tune in at 9pm to Roundhouse Radio 98.3fm to listen in Live.

  • Mon. December 18, 2017

    Tiny Havoc

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    The members of Tiny Havoc - a name endearingly inspired by little children who run wild/a common thread that binds members of band – formed in early 2015 by colleagues and friends Toga D’Hoore (bass & keys), Arthur Smith (guitar) and Shadi Toloui-Wallace (vocals). The band was soon joined by James Higgins (drums) and Justin Gorrie (horns & keys).
    Holding international roots, the band and its members currently reside in Vancouver, B.C where they write and record their original material. Tiny Havoc has a sound unlike anything else, casting a wide net that spans across hip hop beats, Motown funk melodies and jazz soul vocals. They don’t plan to take over the world, but they will take over one tiny heart at a time.

  • Tue. December 19, 2017

    Antonio Larosa

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Antonio Larosa continues to write his original music channeling his musical influences. Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Eric Clapton, B.B. King, John Mayer, and Hozier. Antonio's love for classic music and blues guitar assemble a hybrid of old and new age rock. Antonio sings and plays guitar in his band The Walkens. They preform an array of both Antonio's original music and cover songs.

  • Wed. December 20, 2017

    The Jen Hodge Allstars

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    It's Wednesday! Time to get your swing on, so strap on your dancing shoes and join us at Guilt & Co for a night of jazzy goodness!
    Vancouver-based upright bassist Jen Hodge leads a rotating cast of local and visiting musicians through a night of high energy traditional jazz music every Wednesday. Expect hard swinging grooves, boisterous New Orleans style horns, cheeky lyrics, clever arrangements, and plenty of spontaneous fun.

  • Thu. December 21, 2017

    GroundUp feat. Dutch Robinson

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    3 time Grammy winner and R&B Hall Of Fame inductee Dutch Robinson brings his considerable soul to bare in a passionate offering a mix of his chart topping hits.

  • Fri. December 22, 2017

    A2Z w/ Special Guests

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    A2Z is a new, improvisational music collective focused on making the audience move, and keeping them moving. They will migrate from any genre to do it; afrobeat, dancehall, funk, rock, reggae, soul, zouk-all of these styles, and more, are energetically explored by the Vancouver quintet. As the lineup of the project can vary, the steadfast commitment to groove and sonic freedom does not.

  • Sat. December 23, 2017

    This is Not a Band R&B Edition

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    ‘This is Not a Band’ - R&B addition. For this edition of ‘This is not a band,’ five mainstays in the Vancouver R&B community perform songs you know from all genres in a way you haven’t heard them. A lineup that has not yet performed together, the show will surely be spontaneous yet fluid, exciting yet danceable. While predominantly instrumental, expect some vocal features from some of Vancouver’s favourites in the R&B community.
    Tiffany Rivera - vox
    Scott Verbeek - guitar
    Jonny Tobin - keys
    Derek DiFilippo - bass
    Johnny Andrews - drums

  • Wed. December 27, 2017

    The Jen Hodge Allstars

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Doors 7pm
    Show 930pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    It's Wednesday! Time to get your swing on, so strap on your dancing shoes and join us at Guilt & Co for a night of jazzy goodness!
    Vancouver-based upright bassist Jen Hodge leads a rotating cast of local and visiting musicians through a night of high energy traditional jazz music every Wednesday. Expect hard swinging grooves, boisterous New Orleans style horns, cheeky lyrics, clever arrangements, and plenty of spontaneous fun.

  • Fri. December 29, 2017

    Terrance Richmond & the Love Quest Krew

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    California native, Terrance Richmond, is on an international Love Quest to unite people and inspire change with an eclectic mix of inspirational music and personal stories about life, love and justice. Passionate about crossing cultural and musical boundaries, Terrance Richmond has teamed up with Canadian vocal powerhouse, Karolyn Haze, leading Chicago-born drummer, Caleb Swain and others to form The Love Quest Krew. Together they present an explosive musical experience fusing Hip-Hop, EDM, Gospel and Pop that will leave you feeling inspired and hopeful. #GetchaLoveFixMaaan

  • Sat. December 30, 2017

    Marlie Collins

    Doors 7pm
    Show 10pm
    Pay-What-You-Can

    Marlie Collins graces our stage with a powerhouse voice, charisma for days, and a great band to keep the dance floor cooking. A vocal instructor at The Sarah McLachlan School of Music, professional Voice Actor as well as playing the lead roll of 'Sherrie' in Rock of Ages the musical. To top it all off, this is the year for the release of Marlie's soulful/retro/funk debut EP.