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Eryn Kleyh excited to bring the pop with old friends

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It will be a night for the ladies at the Slice, Oct. 30,  as Vernon based musician Eryn Kleyh finally gets to tour with old friends Nixie and Elle Wolf, plus Calgary musician Adrian Chalifour will be taking the stage for a pre-Halloween party.Eryn Kleyh returns to Lethbridge, Oct. 30. Photo by Richard Amery
“It’ll just be me this time, but I’ll be playing electric guitar, which is unusual for me,” said Kleyh, who was last here with her band   She hangs Brightly in December, her other band October Poppy in November and on her own with Jenny Allen and Kimberley MacGregor just before that.

“Nixie and Elle Wolf live in Vancouver. I’ve been friends with them for a long time, but we’ve never toured together, but this time were playing five shows together. That’s what I’m looking forward to most— five girls packed into a car. It will be a lot of fun,” she said.

“ I’ve been playing a lot around home. I played a lot in the Okanagan this summer and doing a lot of silversmithing, making lots of jewelry,” she continued.

 She is  not only excited to our with her friends, but also to  see them play.

“I’m excited to just see their sets each night.  Elle Wolf is a solo synth-pop artist and she also uses a trigger pad. Nixie is a three piece dark synth pop girl group, so they will be lots of synthesizers,” she said, adding the artists will all be playing their own sets.
“But there might be a surprise at the end,“ she promised.

 She is releasing her new single “Bones.”
“ It’s a song I wrote while driving to Alberta by myself and listening to a lot of the Rural Alberta Advantage. A lot of my ideas come while I’m driving
 “So I’ll be playing that and a lot of new songs,” she said.

 Their five date tour winds down in  Lethbridge before they end the tour in Kelowna on Halloween.
 She expects the Lethbridge show will begin with Adrian Chalifour, followed by Elle Wolf, her then Nixie.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Friday, 25 October 2019 17:51 )  
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