The Rogue Folk Club presents
Blues & Roots CD Release!

LJ Mounteney

 

FRIDAY

OCT
28
 

doors

07
00
PM

show

08
00
PM
 

MEL LEHAN HALL AT ST. JAMES i

3214 West 10th Ave, Kitsilano

Accessible All ages

$30 Advance | $35 at the Door

(NO service charges)

Parcel O'Rogues holders RESERVE ONLINE

$15 - Livestream

Available soon for purchase

Born in Edmonton and raised in Calgary, LJ Mounteney eventually moved to Vancouver in the early 90s, where she fell in love with jazz.  Inspired by the genre, she studied jazz voice with the likes of Jennifer Scott at VCC’s highly regarded commercial music and jazz program.

For the past few years LJ has had the distinct pleasure of working alongside some of Vancouver’s finest musicians including Gabriel Mark Hasselbach, Ron Thompson, Brent Gubbels and Daryl Jahnke. She took on the role of lead singer and co-host in Van Django’s annual Cool Yule tour. Highlights include being invited to participate in The White Album Revisited benefit concert with many other talented Vancouver musicians, singers and composers.  She was a featured guest in Motown Meltdown. Currently, she is a singer in two tribute bands: Zappostrophé (Frank Zappa) and Get Back Reimagined (The Beatles). 

In late 2019, veteran engineer Ken Burke connected LJ with blues legend and Juno Award winner Jack Lavin to produce and record an authentic album of blues and roots. One pandemic and two years later, it is finally complete. Her sophomore album includes some of the finest musicians, singers and songwriters in the country. Featuring 9 originals by west coast songwriters and 5 very cool covers, Mama Danced cuts a wide swath across the genres of blues and roots.

For her CD release, LJ's band is comprised of some of Vancouver’s finest  musicians: Diane Lines (keys/vocals), Brent Gubbels (bass), Jon Roper (guitars), Allan Dionne (accordion/drums) and Jerry Cook (sax).


Our COVID-19 Policy: The wearing of masks while moving about the room is no longer required, but still recommended. Similarly, we recommend social distancing wherever possible.  We offer streamed concerts as a safe alternative to attending shows in-person.


The Rogue Folk Club is pleased to provide great Sponsorship Opportunities for all our shows. For a nominal cost, individuals or businesses can sponsor any of our shows and reap a number of benefits - free tickets, reserved table, recognition on literature, our web site and at the concerts. For more information simply contact our Sponsorship Director Morris Biddle at mobiddley@me.com