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Geomatic Attic brings in more great shows this week

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The Geomatic Attic continues to bring in great shows.
 They had an impressive run of sold out shows over the past month including great performances by the Sojourners, The Steel Wheels, Lee Harvey Osmond and Little Miss Higgins, most of whThe Sadies return to Lethbridge, Oct. 21. Photo by Richard Ameryich were sold out.

Their hot streak will continue this week with return engagements from psychedelic country rockers the Sadies on Monday, Oct. 21 and Canadian classic rockers the Grapes of Wrath the next night. Tickets for the Sadies cost $37.50 as do tickets for the Grapes of Wrath. Both shows begin at 8 p.m. on the dot. The Sadies are touring in support of their new freshly minted CD ‘Internal Sounds.’ The Grapes of Wrath released their new CD ‘High Roads’ in March.

 The Slice is going jazz this week with Vancouver based jazz musician Jaclyn Guillou, who performs Oct. 16.

 For something a lot more strange, klezmer musician/ punk/ author/ accordionist Geoff Berner makes his long awaited return to the Slice, Oct. 17. Calgary's poet laureate Kris Demeanor will be playing with him.
Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door.

Lethbridge indie rockers Jesse and the Dandelions officially release their new CD “ A Mutual Understanding” at the Slice this week as well. They will be performing Oct. 18 with Doug Hoyer and Yes Nice. Tickets for that show are $10.

The other big show at the Slice this week is another CD release party, this time a dual CD release party featuring Calgary country rockers, Cowpuncher, who have a trimmed down line up and a more rock and roll influenced sound on their new CD “Ghost Notes.’ The show is Oct. 19 and features Calgary born/ Toronto based indie rockers the Fast Romantics who are also releasing a new CD.
 The Owl Acoustic Lounge also features a country/ rock/ grunge show with Philip Bosley and Matt Keighan. It is Oct. 18. There is no cover charge for it.

The Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra also returns this week with their first Masters Series concert of the season featuring violinist John Lowry. The reception is at 7 p.m. at Southminster United Church. The performance begins at 8 p.m.. He will take the audience on a musical journey to Scotland as he performs Max Bruch’s “Scottish Fantasy.”

There is also a stand up comedy show this week  at the NAAG Gallery. Mark McCue and Sam Benty will be performing at the Drama Nutz’s Flop or Funny, Oct. 16. the show begins at 7 p.m.. Admission is seven dollars.


— By Richard Amery, L.A Beat Editor

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 October 2013 09:59 )  
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