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Megan Brown says so long — for now

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Lethbridge’s music community said happy trails to  the multi-talented Megan Brown at the Slice, Friday, Aug. 17, who is going to explore Eastern Europe and Asia.

While it is weird to not see Brown playing fiddle as she does with several Southern Alberta bands including the Junkman’s Quire, she brought her solo alternative rock band Makiisma to the Slice to play one more time for all of her friends.Megan Brown with Makiisma at the Slice, Aug. 17. Photo by Richard Amery
 She was backed by bassist Steve Martin, drummer Keenan Pezderic and keyboardist TJ Waltho.

They played a variety of music from sultry jazz showing off Browns’s voice to more alternative rock along the lines of Alanis Morissette. As usual Brown had a captivating on-stage presence which was a joy to see and hear.

 Tyson Ray Borsboom opened the show with a solid set of folk songs sung in his big, resonant voice.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 29 August 2018 13:25 )  
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