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Freeflow’s still gunning for the radio

Vancouver rock-reggae band hits Squamish on Friday


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Now, I've noticed in the last few years, some club owners are putting some effort in trying to get live music, whether it succeeds for them or not. It's nice to see people wanting it again. They're sort of tired of what's been happening for the last 10 or 15 years with the standard nightclub DJ, although that has evolved too. But I've noticed it's getting stronger and that's across Canada as well.

Tickets are $15 through www.squamishmusicfestival.com