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Sabrina Weeks and Swing Cat Bounce (SCB) is a high energy bouncing boogie blues band hailing from British Columbia. Sabrina’s voice is a ménage à trois between Etta James, Fae West and Doris Day writhing beneath black satin sheets. Add Mike Hilliard who is by far one of the most underrated yet insanely talented guitar players in Canada and you have something exciting and fresh. When attending a Sabrina Weeks and Swing Cat Bounce performance, you laugh out loud, dance uncontrollably, sing along, loud and proud, and get lost in a series of unforgettable moments.
Their extensive touring and hard work has resulted in several accolades including:
* Runner up for a 2014 Blewzy Award
* Winner for 2012 Maple Blues Award - Best New Artist
* Nominated for BCIMA Blues Album of the Year Award
* Voted Pick to Click by Sirius/XM Radio
* Charted in the Top Ten on the global blues RMR charts and ranked top 100 on the annual Roots Music Report.
* Voted Top Ten by the Blues Underground Network.* Voted The Years Best CD by CFBX.
* Voted Top 100 by Real Blues.
“Sabrina Weeks and Swing Cat Bounce are a sizzling, scintillating, swinging, soulful band of seasoned pros who deliver a first-class show wherever they appear- original and fresh with a new twist to the blues and a dance beat that just won't quit. Their show is a guaranteed crowd pleaser and this gal can REALLY sing! Sabrina is a Canadian treasure in the making.”
Jack Lavin, Powder Blues
"Sabrina has more energy than that bunny in the battery commercials. She also has class, style, sass and smarts. When she sings, the whole damn room lights up. I could be in love..."
Richard Flohil, Publicist, Richard Flohil and Associate
“Sabrina can caress a ballad, shout a mean blues, and swing with the best of them. Sabrina's gift in using her exceptional voice includes the ability to make lyrics come alive. Hearing her is a beautiful experience.”
Barbara Barnes Sims, Sun Records, 1957—1960
Since variety is the spice of life, this act tours as a duo, trio, four piece, or eight piece - you decide :)