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Beautiful week for music in Lethbridge

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It is another beautiful week in Lethbridge with a variety of music happening in the city.

The Ballgag N’ Chain gang, who were a hit at the South Country Fair this past summer,  will be playing the Slice, Nov. 16.
The  “five -piece musical juggernaut”  met at open mics but came together as the backing band for a fringe festival play called “Bullfrog Lullaby.”Matt Groenheide will be playing the marimba with the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra this week. Photo By Richard Amery
 They will be playing with Lethbridge rock band Toques and Beards. The show begins at 9 p.m.

Nov. 17 will be a busy night. The big show of the week is Matthew Good, who returns to Lethbridge, Nov. 17 to play the Stone with Daniel Wesley.
 If you can’t make it to that, the Geomatic Attic has a great show and for a great cause. Allison Russell and Awna Texiera of Po’ Girl will be playing a fundraiser for environmental group Greensence, who will be making a brief presentation followed by the music. Tickets are $20. The show begins at 8 p.m. at  the Geomatic Attic.
The show begins at 8 p.m. There will be a quick presentation from Greensense then Allison Russell and Awna Texiera will perform. Tickets are $20.


 There is something for everyone, Nov. 18  beginning with Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra Chamber Series’ second show of the season. This one features young artists competition finalist Matt Groenheide on the marimba. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets range from $18-$33.
There are also a variety of classic rock bands playing including Billie Vegas at the Scores South, Ah Bee Normal at the Old York and  the Chevelles at the Sound Garden.  And DNR are at the Casino Lethbridge both Friday and Saturday night. Whose Yer Daddy play the Front row Pub the next day, Nov. 19
 If you missed Hunger Hush at the Owl this week, they will be back to play the Slice, Nov. 18 with Matt Blais,  the Utilities and Jesse Northey.

It is a good week for quirky, jazz tinged country. Along the same lines at Ball Gag N’ Chain Gang   and Blackberry Wood, who played a wicked show this past week, Winnipeg’s the F-Holes bring their unique brand of quirky, horn powered mayhem to the Slice on Saturday, Nov. 19.
 On the other hand for a more gritty, old school country sound, Rancho Deluxe will be playing an unplugged set at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Nov. 19.

 And last , but not least, Vancouver indie-rockers Hey Ocean is back in the city to play the Slice, Nov. 20 to play the Slice with Media Res and The Belle Game.
Tickets for that show cost $25
— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 November 2011 12:59 )  
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