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Clayton and Joelle share marital bliss though song and stories

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Cranbroook couple Clayton and Joelle returned to the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Friday to  sing gorgeous harmonies and chat with an engaging crowd abut their newlywed bliss, Friday, July 6.

Clayton and Joelle at the Owl Acoustic Lounge,  July 6. Photo by Richard Amery
I only caught the last song from local songwriter Tyson Ray Borsboom, who opened the show with a solo set of music and had the audience clapping along with his last song.

Clayton Parsons and Joelle Winkel have got married since their last visit to Lethbridge, so their show was about love and marital bliss.
 Parsons strummed guitar for most of the set while Joelle added sweet harmonies, picking up a guitar a little later.

 They played roots and country music and even had a touch of gospel.

In between songs they told stories about meeting as the eldest members of the Good Ol’ Goats and talked about their marriage, with Joelle gushing about her new husband’s ability to make beautiful music out of challenging situations. Clayton followed that up by playing a song about his new bride.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 18 July 2018 10:38 )  
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