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Signal Hill Played Live Sunday To An Empty Lower Deck Pub – Bringing Back Memories Of The Good Ol’ Days And Patio Parties

TweetOne of Halifax’s favourite cover bands, Signal Hill, played the historic Lower Deck Pub on Sunday night. The only thing? The pub was empty!

Luckily for the internet, Signal Hill did broadcast online to the loyal Sunday night crowd that turns out for tunes and brews. There were even a few SOCIABLES! to be had.

Signal Hill has been performing online over the last few weeks from lead singer, Jason Campbell’s backyard. The live shows raise money for Foodbanks Canada and to date have raised over $4,600.

Sunday Night Special #11 (May 31, 2020)

https://foodbankscanada.akaraisin.com/ui/fundraise/team/288017 All tolled $4602.75 raised for Food Banks Canada

Posted by Signal Hill on Sunday, May 31, 2020

Songs they played Sunday night included favourites, Galway Girl, Country Roads, Piano Man. Heave Away and more. You can watch the recorded show and if you can, donate to Foodbanks Canada.

The online show brought back memories off the good ol’ days at The Lower Deck before COVID-19. Their patio parties are something to experience and we can only hope they return soon!

Lower Deck Patio Party featuring Signal Hill.

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