Electrical Vinyl Orchestra returns to Elora Legion

ELORA – A positive signal of spring within the Centre Wellington space is the return of Eclectic Vinyl Orchestra to the Elora Legion.  

For the fifth time, the Guelph band returns to Elora for one efficiency on the Elora Legion on Could 13.   

The four-piece group comprised of Stu Peterson, Jim Duffield, Kerry Mullen, and Matty Cooper continues to carry out reveals throughout Southwestern Ontario, taking part in usually at Revival in Orangeville, Shaun and Ed Brewing Firm, and Manhattan’s Bistro and Music Membership, and not too long ago at Elora’s Riverfest and Guelph’s Hillside competition.

Eclectic Vinyl Orchestra is a dance-hall band from Guelph taking part in Nineteen Thirties swing, Nineteen Forties rockabilly, Fifties rhythm and blues, and Nineteen Sixties rock ‘n roll. 

As they head into the present on the Elora Legion, virtuoso horn participant, Jim Duffield displays, “That is one in all our favourite locations to carry out! An ideal crowd of followers, a lot of room for dancing, and a few touring for over an hour to get pleasure from this glorious facility!”

Doorways open on Could 13 on the  Elora Legion, 110 Metcalfe St. at 7:30pm with the present beginning at 8pm.

Tickets are $20 (ticketscene.ca).  Extra particulars at eclecticvo.com or Kcm Exhibits and Occasions on Fb.