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4238 91A Street Northwest
Edmonton, AB, T6E 5V2

587-758-0106

The Rock and Roll Society of Edmonton is a non-profit organization. Our motivation is to keep the spirit of rock music alive, and pass the torch to generations to come so they can experience the power and potential of music to change the world by fostering acceptance, tolerance and love.   To become a member, purchase a ticket to one of our events.

Chilliwack

Events

Chilliwack

  • Hawrelak Park 9330 Groat Rd NW Edmonton, AB, T6G 2B3 Canada

Chilliwack is one of Canada’s top recording acts. As lead singer, guitarist, producer and songwriter, Bill Henderson played a major role in the success of the twelve Chilliwack albums released from 1969 to 1985.

Songs such as RainoLonesome MaryCalifornia GirlFly At NightMy Girl (Gone, Gone, Gone), I Believe, and Whatcha Gonna Do, garnered the band a host of awards and international acclaim.

Born in Vancouver, Bill grew up in Western Canada and began earning a living as a musician while still in high school. He studied music at the University of British Columbia and in 1966 helped found The Collectors, one of Canada’s most innovative musical groups. After two albums, the group evolved into Chilliwack.

Bill’s talents as a record producer have been much sought after over the years. He has produced recordings for numerous high profile artists and in 1982 won the “Producer Of The Year” Juno Award for Chilliwack’s “Opus X“. He has also been commissioned to music-direct and compose scores & songs for a number of theatre, film, and television productions. In 1990 he won a Genie Award for best original song in a movie; When I Sing, in Bye Bye Blues, and was the musical director for Sesame Street Canada (Vancouver) from 1989 to 1995.

Bill was a Director of the Canadian Association of Recording Arts and Sciences for six years and as a champion and defender of musical creator’s rights is past President of SOCAN, a founding member of the Artist Rights Coalition, and served as President of the Songwriters Association of Canada for 5 years.

On-line tickets available HERE or in person at The Acoustic Music Shop (9934 – 82 Ave) & Myhre’s Music (8735 – 118 Ave)

 

***set times approximate for purpose of chronological ordering only

August 19
Sass Jordan
August 19
Trooper