Nate Drobner (L) and Nick Wisdom (R) are Potatohead People, headlining music show Hall Pass Saturday Nov. 26. Image by Thomas Maxey, courtesy of Amaris Daniel.

Recently settled local Amaris Daniel is organizing Hall Pass this weekend, a music show at Manson’s Hall that is bringing long-time friends and musicians together.

Nate Drobner and Nick Wisdom, who are the duo in the headlining act Potatohead People, create jazz-influenced hiphop, with elements of 80s to 90s funk and modern house music. They have worked with well-known hip-hop music names like De La Soul, Phife Dawg (A Tribe Called Quest) and Illa J.

Daniel will also take to the turntables, as will another local Carmanah King.

The show runs from 8 p.m. to midnight on Nov. 26. To learn more, contact

Listen below to the CKTZ News interview with Amaris Daniel about the upcoming show:

Poster with orange background and black writing announces upcoming music show details.

Saturday’s show features a mix of local and visiting musicians. Image courtesy of Amaris Daniel.

This program was funded by a grant from the Community Radio Fund of Canada and the Government of Canada’s Local Journalism Initiative.