Wednesday, Jan 30th: Sax, Violins and (Folk-Indie) Rock ‘N Roll 7:00pm -Royal Canadian Legion Regional shows start at 7 pm, admission by donation Flying Machine Prince George’s very own indie folk rock wants to get everyone on the dance floor, grooving out to rich melodies filled with insightful messages about growing up, working terrible jobs to pay for college, as well as living up to the expectations of family. We hope to get everyone moving with these uplifting anecdotes about everyday life. Rebelinx With an electrifying career that spans the globe Rebelinx eloquently testifies his soul in blending Jazz, Reggae, Funk, and Beat-box transcending a style that has no musical boarders. Arilynne Barks Arilynne Barks, also known as Living in a Box House has been creating and performing her music since 2014. The pureness in her unique voice fills every space and leaves the listener feeling her undeniable love for music long after the performance is over. This multi-instrumentalist has just finished recording her first EP at Cheslatta Records at the age of 16, and has introduced a cellistby the name of Dayton Pollard into the mix of music she is creating. The Ungers Samantha Unger is a singer-songwriter who comes from a long line of musicians. She has her ARCT diploma in classical piano performance and plays a wide variety of styles ranging from rock to pop to jazz, with a focus on inspirational tunes. Sam will be performing with her family band, including her dad on percussion and her mom on guitar.