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Plenty of country to start December

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Welcome in December with live music. The biggest show of the week is rising country star Brett Kissel who returns to Lethbridge to play the Enmax Centre, Thursday, Nov. 29 as part of his  “We Were This Song tour. Tickets are $58. The show begins at 8 p.m. Dan Davidson is shares the bill.

In Cahoots release their new Cd at the Owl acoustic Lounge, Friday, Nov. 30. Photo by Richard Amery
But before that, get your fix of blues, folk, exotic music and heartfelt stories from Vancouver musician Bocephus King, who returns to Lethbridge to play a special show at the Slice on Wednesday, Nov. 28 with the Lethbridge Belly dancers beginning at 9 p.m.

The Lethbridge Jazz Ensembles perform at  the University of Lethbridge Recital hall on Wednesday, Nov. 28 as well at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $20 regular, $15 for seniors, and alumni and $12 for students.

Or end November with lots of laughs at the Owl Acoustic Lounge’s monthly stand-up comedy open mic on Wednesday, Nov. 28.
There’s a whole lot of country going on this week. In addition to the Brett Kissel concert, Nov. 29, Suzanne Scott and the Dusty Rose band return to Casino Lethbridge on the weekend.

 On the more Canadiana side, Grande Prairie’s Brad Lynch band play the Slice, Friday, Nov. 30 with Winkler , Manitoba’s  Joe Wilson who considers Waylon Jennings, Townes Van Zandt, Colter Wall and Whitey Morgan to be among his many influences.

Local roots rock band In Cahoots release their new CD at the Owl Acoustic Lounge on Nov. 30.

December kicks off with a whole lot of alternative rock.
 Chief Mountain returns to the Owl Acoustic Lounge with Taylor Ackerman’s Global Acid Reset. So expect a show full of blues, rock, punk and surf music between the two acts.
 Admission is by donation.

Over at the Slice, Toronto rock band Ace of Wands will be blending rock and roll and classical violin and folk music. They will be joined by Edmonton indie rock band the Eclipse and local alternative rock band MTBC. Doors open at 8 p.m. There is a $10 cover.

It doesn’t end there as folk duo Artemis in the Summer play a matinee at the Smokehouse on Sunday, Dec. 2 from 2-4 p.m.

 Also starting on Sunday, Dec. 2, local musicians Nick Bohle and Tyson Ray Borsboom are starting up a regular singer songwriter night at the 1010 Pub beginning at 8 p.m.

—By Richard Amery L.A  Beat  Editor
Last Updated ( Friday, 30 November 2018 21:24 )  
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