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Richard Inman delights old fans with new music

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 Winnipeg singer songwriter Richard Inman had a good sized crown at the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Friday, Sept. 21.Richard Inman returned to the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Sept. 21. Photo by Richard Amery
 He sang in his rich baritone voice which reminded me of country singer Travis Tritt, Chris Knight and John Mellencamp to an extent. Though he plays the Owl Acoustic Lounge a lot, seemed surprised that a lot of the audience had heard him before, though he may have been joking.

 He told stories and,  as usual, picked some pretty acoustic guitar.

He told stories about living in Ponoka and sang a song about Crowsnest Pass. He sang mostly original songs, but added covers of Utah Phillips and a Willie P Bennett.
 He noted he will have a new CD out on Oct. 17.
 He ended his set with Waylon Jennings’ “Lonesome Orn’ry and Mean.”

— by Richard Amery, L.A. beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 03 October 2018 09:10 )  
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