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February 8, 2011 / Summer Street Blog

Deja Vu “Last Call” Pub coming up

Henry Lewis and Greg MacDonald have been rocking Pictou County since the 60’s. In the 80’s they teamed up with Greg’s brother Ron and Dave Grant and began playing afternoon-evening pubs around the county. In 1991 Ross MacVicar joined the group, Deja Vu was born and the band has been playing to sold out crowds ever since.

It’s also twenty years ago that the band first brought their fans and magic to Summer Street and began filling our house. The connection and commitment between Deja Vu and their audience is amazing. Pubs have been jammed with song, dance and unparalleled good times. It’s been a blast for everyone and an incredible benefit to Summer Street.

It’s with sadness, understanding and gratitude that we host the “Last Call” Pub and give Henry, Greg, Ron, Dave and Ross one last uproarious ovation!

Deja Vu at Summer Street

with special guests: Rawding-Lowe-Lily Band

Saturday, February 26: 4:30 – 8:30 p.m.

doors open at 4:00

Tickets are $15 and go on sale Monday, February 14th. Pick them up in person or reserve by phone 755-1745 ext. 239

 

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  1. Ron Mac Donald / Feb 8 2011 2:43 pm

    Hey Chris! Great job on the advert……Thanks for adding us to your blog as well. Looking forward to the 26th of Feb. Hope everyone has a grand time…I know we will!
    CHEERS!
    Ron

    • chrisbkm / Feb 8 2011 2:59 pm

      Thanks Ron. Definitely looking forward to it as well!

  2. Lisa James / Feb 8 2011 3:40 pm

    Can Hardly WAIT!!! should be a ROCKIN GOOD TIME!!!

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