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Posted: August 20, 2018

Deep Down Yonder in Fernie Aug. 22

Deep Down Yonder is a multi instrumentalist/producer who combines live instruments such as five-string banjo, guitar, bass, dobro and harmonica with home made electronic beats, samples, and synth pads.

His sound is a whole new style of danceable, multi-layered, renegade electro-mountain music that blends genres and walks the line between country, funk, and psychedelic four on the floor house.

Dennis Jaysen Charles is the man behind the beats and strings. He produces sound in a backwoods studio on an organic farm in British Columbia’s Slocan Valley, dividing his time between music, parenthood, feeding chickens, growing vegetables, and piling wood.

His debut album, Journeys, is a melodic, bass and banjo driven exploration into the territory where acoustic and electronica meet.

Listen to the music and explore more here.

Listen to his YouTube channel with top songs from all the 2018 WCS bands.

Deep Down Yonder performs as part of Wednesday Concert Series #8: August 22 5:30-9 p.m., live music from 6:30 p.m.

No need to book or buy tickets – just show up and enjoy the tunes on the deck at the Arts Station on 1st Ave. The music is free and everyone’s welcome!

And don’t forget, the Wednesday Socials are about a lot more than just music. We have a drinks tent serving Fernie Brewing Co., Lonetree cider and wine + a kids corner with free crafts, food trucks and more! A great place to meet your friends, soak up some afternoon sun and listen to awesome free live music.

The Arts Station

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