102.7 The PEAK & Music BC Announce The 2013 PEAK Performance Project Top 20 Artists

Last night at The PEAK Performance Project 2013 Launch Party at Fortune Sound Club in Vancouver, the top 20 PEAK Performance Project Artists were announced live on the air by 102.7 The PEAK and Music BC. This year’s top 20 then celebrated by dancing the night away to stunning live performances from past alumni The Boom BoomsDear Rougeand Dominique Fricot at what was a sold out show.

Each year over $775,000 is invested into the BC music community by the project, with $300,000 of that being awarded directly to the artists involved.

The project takes 20 bands through a rigorous artist development program that includes performances at the Khatsahlano Music & Arts Festival on July 13, a week-long boot camp, juried showcases at Fortune Sound Club, and challenges aimed at building their careers. It all cumulates at the Finale concert at The Commodore Ballroom, where the top prizes are awarded:

First place: 102.7 Thousand Dollars

Second Place: $75,000

Third Place: $50,000

Fourth Place: $10,000

Fifth Place $5,000

Base camp awards to all top 20 artists equaling $60,000


Says Bob D’Eith, Executive Director of Music BC, “102.7 The PEAK has given artists from BC a chance at a life changing opportunity with the PEAK Performance Project. We’re seeing the project not only build and strengthen careers, but a strong and vibrant music community as well.”

The Top 20 PEAK Performance Project Artists for 2013 are as follows:

Amble Greene – Ocean Park
– Vancouver
Coldwater Road 
– Vancouver
Greg Dummond 
– Port Moody
Melissa Endean 
– Vancouver
Hannah Epperson 
– Vancouver
– Victoria
Luca Fogale 
– Burnaby
Good For Grapes 
– Surrey
Lydia Hol 
– Vancouver
Bodhi Jones 
– Vancouver
Lions in the Street 
– Vancouver
Dougal Bain McLean 
– Victoria
No! Yoko – Abbotsford
Rolla Olak 
– Vancouver
– Surrey
The Lion The Bear The Fox 
– Ladysmith/Vancouver
Towers and Trees 
– Victoria
Van Damsel 
– Kamloops
– Golden


102.7 The PEAK is committed to the development of new and emerging BC music artists. The PEAK Performance Project is designed to educate, promote, develop and hopefully launch the careers of some of BC’s up and coming artists. It also hopes to foster the BC music industry and create a sense of community amongst music professionals.

The PEAK is investing five million two hundred and ninety thousand ($5,290,000) over seven years through CTRC approved Canadian Content Development funds. The program is administered by the Music BC Industry Association.

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