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Matthew Good caps off slower week

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After a crazy couple of weeks, things slow down a little bit this week.Andrew Scott is one of several shows happening this week. Photo by Rchard Amery
Some of the highlights include two chances to see the Drama Nutz. They have some fun with old time radio shows on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at the NAAG Gallery and they will be doing their uncensored improv show at Ric’s Grill the next night on Nov. 14. And

Don’t forget about Lethbridge Musical Theatre’s production of Peter Pan. It runs at the Yates Theatre, Nov. 8-23.

Kitchener/Waterloo based singer Craig Cardiff plays the Slice, Nov. 13. He tells stories and uses an array of looping  pedals to weave mesmerizing soundscapes. There is a $15 cover for the show.

There are a couple of big shows on Friday, Nov. 15.. For rap and pop fans, Josh Martinez comes to the Slice, Nov. 15. If winter weather makes you feel like surfing, don’t miss Winnipeg surf-punk trio the Thrashers who play Studio 54, Nov. 15 with The Ruby Plumes, the Escorts and Cosmic Charley.

Andrew Scott returns to Lethbridge this week as well, playing the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Nov. 15 with Caleigh Cardinal. The Owl Acoustic Lounge flirts with dance, pop and electronica music,  Nov 16 with Mark Mills, Viking Fell and 911 Turbo.
 Another option for dancers is  at Studio 54, which brings in Skratch Bastid and world DMC champion Chris Karns and JJ, Fuze, Nov 16 for Infamous’ sixth annual Throw your panties Party. Tickets cost $25.

 It is a good week for local acts with Bridgette Yarwood playing Ric’s Grill, Nov. 13.

And Randy Epp plays the Mocha Cabana with special guest trumpeter Don Robb on Nov. 15 and 16. Meanwhile Who’s Yer Daddy rock Casino Lethbridge on the weekend as well.
Victoria based roots trio the Sweet Lowdown  returns to Lethbridge to play the Owl Acoustic Lounge’s open mic, Nov. 18. There is no cover for the show.

The Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra returns this week as well with their second masters series of the season happening at Southminster United Church, Nov. 18.
It features the Chinook Chamber Singers. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m.
Last, but certainly not least, Matthew Good returns to Lethbridge, this time to rock Average Joes, Nov. 19. Tickets are $40. The show begins at 9 p.m. with special guests, the Gentleman Husbands. Good is touring on his brand new album Arrows of Desire.

— by Richard Amery L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Thursday, 14 November 2013 12:50 )  
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