Barbara Chamberlin - Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar, Flute


Raised in the Deschutes Canyon in central Oregon, Barbara grew up the daughter of a  music teacher. After high school, Barbara went to college and got her bachelor of Performance Art in Voice. Within 2 days of graduation, she joined her first Rock band in Portland Oregon and played around the area for a number of years. She moved to Seattle to play with The Machine and the Ronnie Lee Group before joining the Covergirls, where she met Pam Phillips. The Covergirls played shows in cities all over Canada, including Vancouver and Whitehorse.


The Covergirls went on to record, make a video, and played all over the Northwest, Alaska, the Yukon, BC, and Europe.  Barbara moved to Whitehorse to be a part of the Rinkbinders show. She has been here ever since in various bands including Agents of Chaos, the Chamberlin/Janssen Duo, and Wynona Sue and the Turnpikes. She also penned and released several CDs as Wynona Sue. They went on to tour Canada and Germany.


In 2000, Barbara went solo with her first CD, called "Sanctuary". After a bout with cancer, she released the hauntingly beautiful "Walking with Ghosts" CD. She continued her recording career with the release of "Of Ice and Men" and "Boomerang Girl". 


Barbara has been the conductor and artistic director of the Whitehorse Community Choirs since 2005. She enjoys working with voices and harmonies, and has learned a lot as choir director. She also teaches voice and piano privately. She is very happy to be in Shagadelica, getting back to her roots in Classic Rock and play with some great musicians. 

Kimberly Rogers - Vocals, Guitar

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Kim was born and raised in Peterborough, Ontario. She got her first acoustic guitar at age 11 as a result of being influenced by folk and rock artists  of the 70’s.  By 15 she was singing and playing electric guitar in school rock bands. Among her earliest influences were Heart, Peter Frampton, Fleetwood Mac, the Pretenders, Styx, Led Zeppelin, Boston, and just about anything that was heard on AM radio in the 70’s. 


In the 1980’s while attending college in Lindsay, Ontario she was the lead guitarist in an alternative band that recorded an EP of original songs. Later she played bass in a heavy metal cover lineup based out of Campbellford, Ont.


In the early 90’s Kim wrote and produced her first full album “Dancing with Fire” in North Bay Ontario, working with an all-star collection of  backup musicians. 


Soon after that she moved to the Yukon and pursued an acoustic-oriented singer/songwriter career as well as continuing to play in various duos and bands. 


Her self-produced folk/rock album “Canyon City” highlights the fruit of those Yukon collaborations and songwriting years. In the early 2000’s Kim worked with Toronto guitarist/producer Rick Santers to write and record a rock EP “I’m the Girl” which has enjoyed favourable reviews and radio play. Kim then slowed down a bit for some family-focused years, but the Whitehorse powerhouse rock band “Shagadelica” marks Kim’s return to full-on gigging with a 5 piece lineup of stellar musicians. She’s happy to be back to the business of rockin’ the house down again on vocals, guitar, and percussion.

Pam Phillips - Vocals, Bass

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Pam’s early life was filled with the music of the early 60’s. She was also influenced by her Dad, who played jazz piano, and at the age of 14, got her first guitar. Pam taught herself to play and sing folk songs, and when the British invasion began, she got an electric guitar and her passion turned to the songs of the Beatles, Stones, Cream, Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix to name just a few. 


When Pam was 19, she dropped out of college where she was studying music theory - and joined her first rock band, “Shady Lady”. They were one of the first all-female bands to emerge from the Pacific Northwest in the early 70’s. They toured across Canada and the US before she joined another all-female band based out of Las Vegas - a show band where she continued to tour extensively. Pam spent over a decade touring with other various Top-40, Funk and Rock bands, where she learned the rules of “life on the road”. 


In the early 80’s, Pam joined the all-female band, the Cover Girls, and their travels brought her to new places including Germany and the Great White North.  While touring in the Yukon, she met her future husband, the talented Bernie Phillips. After she settled in Whitehorse she got established as the bass player and guitar player with different house bands at the Capitol Hotel, including the Flaming Groovies, the Metre Maids and Agents of Chaos.


In 1986, the classic Yukon band The Rinkbinders were formed.  They wrote many excellent songs and performed many shows, but two incredible highlights of their career was being the arts ambassadors for the Yukon at Expo 86 in Vancouver and playing at the 1988 Olympics in Calgary.  With too many bands, festivals and tours to mention, Pam has been a celebrated and sought after musician for many years and we are fortunate to have her in Shagadelica.

Roxx Hunter - Vocals, Guitar



Born in Detroit rock city, Roxx has been into music as far back as he can remember.  He grew up hearing hymns and Americana tunes on the piano in his house; on the radio was gospel and popular music from the 50's and 60's.  He also started listening to rock bands like Bon Jovi, Def Leppard and Guns and Roses.


Roxx picked up the guitar and started learning on his own.  After working hard to get an electric guitar and an amp he started lessons with the legendary Robbie MacKay.  That was it; he had found his calling.  He started playing with local musicians and going out to the jams and his career started to blossom.  Over the years Roxx has had experience in almost all facets of the music business including working as a sound technician, music teacher, studio musician and music juror.  He also volunteers his time for different events and fundraisers.


Roxx is most known for his fiery guitar licks, but he is also a talented bass player, singer and song writer.  His skills and persona have led him to too many bands and stages to mention, he has played across Canada and performed in a house band in Shanghai, performed in China, Europe, the Middle East and Shanghai. He has performed on TV and radio and shared the stage with many award winning musicians.  Roxx continues to give his heart and soul to the craft he loves; we are lucky for all the work he does.

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Guy Chan - Vocals, Drums

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Guy is a veteran performer of 30+ years. Starting with original and cover bands in Edmonton then to Toronto where he played with live bands and started as a session player. Guy played/recorded with several popular TO bands such as Blue Peter and Chalk Circle. He started playing rock and roll but through the years acquired skills for African and world music, reggae and jazz. Moving to Vancouver in 88 Guy continued playing live and in studio for several successful bands, and on radio, and TV ads. Guy moved to Dawson in 97 and founded the Soul Sunday band a few years later. That unit played funk, reggae, and soul in the same hotel in the same room for 10 years. Moving to Whitehorse in 2015, Guy has played locally with rock and jazz outfits and hopes to continue to well into the future.