The hall will be rockin’

Phase II play­ing at Poole’s Cor­ner

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Phase II prom­ises to have the dance floor full at Kaylee Hall in Pooles Cor­ner Satur­day night.

Singer Gerry Hickey, front man for the group, said it amazes him that af­ter all these years the group is still be­ing booked for wed­dings where most of the au­di­ence is un­der 30 years of age.

“I guess a love of live mu­sic doesn’t much care about age dif­fer­ence,’’ Hickey said.

Phase II de­liv­ers mu­sic de­signed to make people feel like danc­ing, with songs from the 1950s by Elvis Pres­ley and Chubby Checker to hits from the 1960s by the Bea­tles and John Fog­a­rty. On the same set list, the au­di­ence will hear coun­try rock and east coast party songs.

“We be­lieve that our au­di­ence is very di­verse and that our mu­sic needs to be the same in or­der to try to have some­thing for ev­ery­one.’’

Kaylee Hall is air con­di­tioned with a fully ser­viced bar and can­teen.

Doors open at 7:15 p.m. with mu­sic be­gin­ning at 8 p.m.

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