Virtual Show: Craig Thomson & Lindsay May’s Jazztastic Christmas Foodbank Fundraiser

Virtual Show: Craig Thomson & Lindsay May’s Jazztastic Christmas Foodbank Fundraiser

Lindsay May & Craig Thomson met on a band trip back in the early 90’s…these two Kelowna natives, both had vastly different musical careers and now have come back together to raise money for the Kelowna Foodbank. Craig and his crew of jazzy gents are going to re-imagine Lindsay May’s Sweet Cinnamon Christmas album with a jazzy brush including her original holiday songs and traditional holiday favourites. There will be two very special surprise guests, and we promise this show will be the classiest, warmest, jazziest and most fun you’ve had at a Christmas show you’ve seen in awhile. Lindsay May’s Christmas album is her 5th record graciously supported by Creative BC. She toured Europe four times, won numerous prestigious songwriting awards including Kerrville New Folk Finalist and shared the stage with the likes of Valdy, Shari Ulrich and John Gorka. Craig Thomson is a distinguished tenor sax player, music educator, artistic director and original jazz artist. A longtime BC favourite in the jazz scene for his stellar skills.


  • Craig Thomson tenor sax and sharp wit
  • Neville Bowman piano, vocals and fitness tips
  • Bernie Addington, upright bass, groove and mindfulness
  • Scott Gamble, drums and all bam bam related beats
  • Lindsay May, acoustic guitar, vocals, eclectic sense of humour

With surprise special guests…

Come support the Food Bank during this challenging year. All donations generously accepted through the RCA (Rotary Centre for the Arts) website, Rebellious Unicorn during the live stream and a link at Lindsay May. In partnership with PARC Retirement Living.


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