Sunshine Drive will be releasing Borrowed Time this Saturday night at The Royal.

Nelson’s Sunshine Drive releases debut CD

Nelson band Sunshine Drive is launching its debut CD Borrowed Time at a party at the Royal this Saturday n

Nelson band Sunshine Drive is launching its debut CD Borrowed Time at a party at the Royal this Saturday night. Sunshine Drive will feature songs from the album, and CDs will be available for purchase. There is no cover for this event.

Sunshine Drive’s repertoire spans R&B, blues, rock, reggae, ska, and all CD tracks are original compositions by band members.  Bassist Phil Wilson-Birks says, “We think people will love the quality, variety and ‘danceability’ of these tunes.”

The title track Borrowed Time has already been released to Canadian radio stations.

“Sunshine Drive covers an amazing musical range, and this CD really rocks,” says Susan Hastings, who hosts In The Key of BC at Kootenay Public Radio.


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