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Shaela Miller heats up Penny Coffee House

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It is always entertaining to hear Shaela Miller play, like during her Monday (Jan. 25)  gig at the Penny Coffee House.Shaela Miller at the Penny Coffee House. Photo by Richard Amery
 It was an early evening gig for a good sized crowd who enjoyed  the music of Peter Gilligan and Shaela Miller who payed a lot of her favourites including ‘Half Way in Love,’ one of local musician Randy Shaver’s songs ‘Nothing,’ an older song ‘Lonely’  and her song ‘Loving Me’ which won the South Country Fair Songwriting competition last year. She sounded fantastic and you could tell by her expression that she was becoming part of the song she was singing. Her beautiful warbling and passionate Patsy Cline style vocals are always a highlight along with her demure stage disposition which make her an immediately appealing performer.
 She was also a highlight of the 1010 Pub’s open mic which featured Greg Gomola playing lead guitar with her. Ryan Dyck and Taylor Ackerman of Treeline were hosting.
— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 January 2010 16:53 )  
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