The Elmtones play at the Elm in Cane Garden Bay on Fridays and Sundays and since the north swell had finally subsided I hopped across to Cane Garden Bay and anchored quite close in to the beach. The winds were calm and I used the paddleboard to get some exercise and then met Candace, Malcolm, Island Jim and others at their reserved table right by the band for a great gig. The full band, all 6 of them, were present tonight and their playlist was an excellent one. Although the crowd asked them to do “Free Bird” so loudly and persistently that they actually did a Reggae rendition of it (and mercifully cut the song short...).

Beach at Cane Garden Bay The beach is busy, but luckily there were no cruise ship crowds present
(2016-03-20 16:48:24 NIKON D7100 [f/5.6, 1/160s] ISO 100)
Beach at Cane Garden Bay
Cane Garden Bay beach After the guests have left, this is what the beach looks like; and the setting sun puts a wonderful glow in things
(2016-03-20 18:14:54 NIKON D7100 [f/5.6, 1/13s] ISO 100)
Cane Garden Bay beach
Cane Garden Bay Sunset The winds have calmed and the sunset just perfect at Cane Garden Bay
(2016-03-20 18:15:23 NIKON D7100 [f/22.0, 1/80s] ISO 100)
Cane Garden Bay Sunset
Malcolm and Candace Dancing to the Elmtones
(2016-03-20 20:44:50 NIKON D7100 [f/2.8, 1/60s] ISO 320)
Malcolm and Candace
Elmtones on Stage This is the full band - 6 musicians playing a great selection of blues/rock/reggae
(2016-03-20 19:11:41 NIKON D7100 [f/2.8, 1/60s] ISO 320)
Elmtones on Stage
Dancing to the Elmtones The floor fills up quickly when the Elmtones play
(2016-03-20 19:51:38 NIKON D7100 [f/3.2, 1/60s] ISO 320)
Dancing to the Elmtones
   
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