Since their inception, Colour Tongues have taken hits and weathered storms, both literally and figuratively, and they’re still alive to tell the story. Boasting a nurse, a carpenter, an actor, and a dog walker, the band combines elements of math and progressive rock with dreamy indie pop. David Taylor, drummer of the band was one of the nurses deployed to the Lynn Valley Care Center in March 2020 at the beginning of the COVID-19 global pandemic. He is currently the Clinical Nurse Leader of Geriatric Medicine at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver.
Old Soul Rebel
Bold. Upbeat. Immense and Soulful is the cutting edge sound which is Old Soul Rebel. A powerhouse duo, coloured by brass and driven by drums, puts a brand new shine on soul and rock n roll.
Inspired by their First Nations and African American upbringings, core members Chelsea D.E Johnson and Lola Whyte write music that rebels against what is old and outdated.
Check them out as features on various television and radio spots such as CTV’s The Launch, APTN and Onstage TV Live. Their first single “Don’t You Worry About Me” is available on all platforms now.
Vancouver based singer-songwriter Victoria Groff isn’t afraid of letting her fans know exactly how she’s feeling. With songwriting that some describe are like diary entries, Victoria opens up a window to her inner thoughts and feelings that have plagued her 20’s. Rather than cherry-pick the parts of her life she shares in her music, Victoria opts to be authentic, with honest and vulnerable lyrics, and vocals that truly express what is going inside the 27-year-old’s mind. While music is one of her biggests passions, another is her work as a pediatric and mental health nurse here in Vancouver, BC. Victoria is honoured to be a part of the 7 o’clock cheer concert to give thanks to her fellow healthcare workers for their continuous work, spirit and strength during the last year and half.