Shades Of Gold
This radiant International act created in Khao-Lak Thailand shortly after the tsunami, consists of Canadian electric violin Virtuoso Steve C., Canadian Guitarist Nancy, Danish lead Vocalist Tanja and Archie on bass from Burlington, Ontario.
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Shades Of Gold only recently arrived back in Toronto, and have already created a huge 'Buzz' throughout most of Southern Ontario.
This unique show is a fusion of mastery on the electric violin, intoxicating vocals and harmonies anchored by a totally solid drive.
with elements of Indie, Rock, Folk, Celtic, Blues, Jazz, Country, Bluegrass and definitely DANCE. Shades Of Gold is suitable for a wide variety of occasions and for all ages of music lovers.
Having performed at many of South-East Asia's largest festivals, most pristine hotels, resorts, clubs, concerts, pubs, balls, weddings and charitable events, has given Shades Of Gold the opportunity to play for large numbers of people, and diverse races and cultures.
The team is available as compact as a trio, or with a full backing band.
Either way when Shades Of Gold is the entertainment, the results are always a spectacular, high energy performance that will appeal to all.
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