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Winnipeg based singer/ songwriter Cat Jahnke returns to Lethbridge after a long hiatus, which has mostly been spent scoring films. She Cat Jahnke comes to the Slice, Dec. 2. Photo Submittedplays the Slice, Dec. 2. 

While she sometimes travels with a  band, this time she will be appearing solo.


“It’s been about two years since I’ve been there,” Jahnke said from Three Hills,  where she was not enjoying the driving part of a winter tour. She has been playing a lot of soft seat theatres on the current tour.

 


“It’s been a good tour. A lot of cold weather. I’m going to bring a space heater next time,” she said adding scoring a variety of films and TV series including NBC’s webseries “Ctrl”  which stars Arrested Devlopment’s Tony Hale, among others.

 

“I’ve done six films and 10 episodes of CTRL. It’s nice to be able to stay home and score films, but it’s also nice to be able to  play live again,” Jahnke continued, who has been touring in support of her latest CD “the Stories are Taking their Toll.”


Her three week tour ends Dec. 3 in Moose Jaw, after which she will be home.
“Usually I’m on the road right up to Christmas Eve. But this time it will be nice to be home and do some baking and decorate for Christmas,’ she said adding she is looking forward to the Lethbridge show.

“Lethbridge audiences  are teriffic audiences. They have always been extemely supportive. I’m looking forward to meeting some old friends there and  a lot of new friends too,” she continued adding she is pleased with the new CD, for which she recieved funding from Factor as well as Manitoba Music.

 
“I’ll be playing music from the album and a couple from some of the movies like ‘Apple,’ from Ctrl. and “You Did Me Wrong” ( which won  Best Original Score at he the 168 Hour Film Festival for the film Pieces.) It’s just music a lot of people can relate to,” she said.
Admission to the show is $10.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 30 November 2010 12:04 )  
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