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On Saturday, Nov. 17, 8-11 p.m., folks will be listening and dancing to the great sounds of Phase II at the Kaylee Hall in Poole's Corner.
This warm and welcoming venue has become a favourite of the band both for the friendliness of the family who runs the hall, as well as the loyal, regulars who hit the floor for the first song of the night.
Phase II plays once a month at this venue and has enjoyed many great evenings of music.
This Saturday, expect to hear a mix of rock ’n’ roll oldies, some great dance tunes from the 1980s and a few country rockers. For a change of pace, there will also be a song by Ed Sheeran called “Perfect”.
Doors open at 7:15 p.m.