Harold Mosdell from Courtenay, winner of a guitar at the Chemainus Bluegrass Extravaganza, tests it out at Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Chemainus Bluegrass Extravaganza hits all the right notes

Festival season bringing music fans out in droves

Jack Connolly and Genevieve Carbonneau playing with Genevieve and the Wild Sundays. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Harold Mosdell from Courtenay, winner of a guitar at the Chemainus Bluegrass Extravaganza, tests it out at Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Malahat Drive’s Larry Stevens (dobro), Mike Kraft (banjo), George Robinson (bass) and Paul Lang (guitar). (Photo by Bev Knight)

Don Bodger

The Courier

Festival season bringing music fans out in droves

 

Malahat Drive’s Larry Stevens (dobro), Mike Kraft (banjo), George Robinson (bass) and Paul Lang (guitar). (Photo by Bev Knight)

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