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Jodi King brings upbeat pop

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Winnipeg pop musician Jodi King was back in Lethbridge to play for an enthusiastic crowd of about 30 people at the

Jodi King returned to the Slice, Sept. 2. Photo by Richard Amery

 Slice, Sept. 2.


 She is touring in support of her new full length CD,“Little Smile.”  Her beautiful vocal melodies shone through as she accompanied herself on the piano.

Her band, drummer Jay Tooke, who also added a few vocal harmonies,  and guitarist/ bassist Chris Rademaker, helped fill out her sound just about perfectly.

She played several originals as well as  a couple choice covers including an excellent version of Tom Petty’s “Freefalling,” which had the enthusiastic audience shouting along.


She cracked jokes about her height and high heeled shoes, but mostly her set was all about very pretty, upbeat pop music.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 08 September 2010 11:53 )  
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