Jammin' For Justin - TOMORROW / by Granville Street

JAMMIN’ FOR JUSTIN - Benefit concert featuring performances by Prism, Russell Marsland, Headwater, and Shiloh Lindsey, with all proceeds to Justin Mehlhorn’s stemcell treatment. The Hope for Justin Group are holding a Fundraiser / Event for Autism, and Stem Cell Research. 7 year old Justin Mehlhorn is the first BC child to be accepted to the Stem Cell Institute, in Panama City for Stem Cell Therapy.

Admission to “Jammin for Justin” also includes a silent art auction, raffles, prizes and surprises, which will make the evening an unforgettable fund-raising event. Tickets are $20.00 in advance at The Yale www.theyale.ca or contact deborahe@intergate.ca or bernie@mehlhorn.net & $25.00 at the door at the Yale Hotel, located at 1300 Granville Street (info@theyale.ca) doors open at 8 pm show at 9 pm.


HEADWATER – Hearing Headwater is like listening to the West Coast of Canada in song. Freewheeling, fierce, sentimental, and sexy. The smooth Vancouver quartet has earned its reputation as one of the finest acoustic root groups around.

SHILOH LINDSEY – This singer-songwriters voice is as clear & constant as a mountain stream, couple this moving song writing with a gorgeous voice and entrancing stage presence, and you have yourself one of the biggest mysteries in Canadian music today.

RUSSELL MARSLAND – Vancouver’s Marsland sings and plays guitar with equal amounts of deep bluesy soul and conviction. Over the years, he has shared the stage with Ray Charles, James Brown, and the Allman Bros. Band. His music is a serious grove of not only blues, but soulful funk, jazz, and world beat.

SUZANNE GITZI – Suzanne’s powerful voice, coupled with her dynamic show presence, has made audiences turn up their radios from coast to coast. Miss Gitzi loves the theatre, and loves to play the part – the stage is her home.

PRISM – These Canadian rock pioneers, are a professional band with a list of hits and a history of success that should not be underestimated. They’ve sold millions of albums, and their songs say it all. Winning every award along the way, including Juno’s for Album & Group of the year, Prism’s ongoing draw as a live attraction is the stuff of legend. The band rocks with an energy matched only by their exciting showmanship.