You are here: Home Music Beat Chevelles play the hits for Lethbridge Amateur Wrestling
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

L.A. Beat

Chevelles play the hits for Lethbridge Amateur Wrestling

E-mail Print PDF

Local classic rock titans the  Chevelles always get the pretty girls moving and put smiles on faces, usually for a good cause.

The Chevelles Scott Kanashiro at the Place, May 26. photo by Richard Amery

 This time they were helping the Lethbridge Amateur Wrestling Association at the Place, May 26.


 They played their usual mix of classic rock, ’80s pop and a few modern numbers. I arrived in the middle of a hot version of Bryan Adams’ “Summer of ’69.”

  There was a wedding in the house, so frontman Tim Carter gave a shout out to the bride and her bridesmaids and dedicated reggae hit “Everything Is Going to be All Right to the wedding party.

 As usual Scott Kanashiro was doing triple duty on guitar, keyboards and vocals. He switched to acoustic guitar for “Cadillac Ranch.”

 They got down with “ Play the at Funky Music  White Boy)”


 Bassist Joe Brewster (Seamus Chevelle) sang lead on a couple songs including  “ 867-5309 Jenny” and “Jessies Girl”

 he usually sings Billy Idol’s “Mony Mony,” but Carter took the lead for that one this time,' He   brought the pop on the Blackeyed Peas’ “ I Gotta Feeling (Tonight is Going to be a good night.)”

— By Richard Amery, l.A. beat Editor

Last Updated ( Thursday, 01 June 2023 19:10 )  
The ONLY Gig Guide that matters


Music Beat

Lights. Camera. Action.
Inside L.A. Inside

CD Reviews


Music Beat News

Art Beat News

Drama Beat News

Museum Beat News