Groovedaddy performs at concert series

Event on Saturday, June 18 at House of James

Groovedaddy plays this Saturday as part of the Envision Financial Coffee House Concert Series.

The Envision Financial Coffee House Concert Series continues this Saturday, June 18 with the band Groovedaddy.

The performance takes place from 7 to 9 p.m. at the House of James (2743 Emerson St.).

Groovedaddy describe their music as “a fresh gumbo of R & B and soul stirred into a smooth jazz.”

This experienced Lower Mainland band has played for the Envision Financial Coffee House Concert Series before.

Groovedaddy features Chuck Cave on keyboards and alto sax, Jim Verwoerd on guitar, Johan Worst on bass, Zaf Kundakcioglu on drums and guest star Lindsay Lloyd on vocals.

Visit for more information about the series, including the full concert schedule.

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