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Dilemma film fundraiser to kickstart this week

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If you are staying in Lethbridge for the long weekend, there is a lot going on for music this week.
Average Joes/ Joes Garage has a busy week, beginning on Thursday, Sept. 2, with Lethbridge’s own Andrew Scott hosts the Slice’s open mic, Sept. 7 with the Turncoats. Photo by Richard Ameryversion of Said the Whale — Jesse and the Dandelions —  who are playing a fund-raiser there for a new local film project called Dilemma which is nearing completion. Extras are needed for the final shoot, Monday at 1 p.m. at Average Joes.
 Cover is $10 and there will be drink specials. The show begins at 8 p.m.
 In a nutshell, Dilemma is the story of Abby, who makes her way to Canada from England on a journey of self-discovery. She meets her two cousins, Jack and Charlie, who take her out to the club one night. While at the club Abby defends herself and accidentally kills a man. She discovers more than she bargained for and is faced with a difficult decision that could change her life.
They are scheduled to shoot Aug. 27-29 and Sept.  3-6.

For something a little different, Average Joes goes country with up and coming country star Shane Chisholm and the next night they are bringing back Kelowna’s the Unknown Culprits to play a little bit of blues/blues rock including  originals and classics from the likes of AC DC, CCR and Jimi Hendrix.
The Slice is bringing back Winnipeg based pop singer Jodi King for a special CD release party, for her brand new CD “Little Smile,” which was just released Aug. 24. She is performing Sept. 2.

 Another cool show at the Slice is with rockers  Kill Matilda who play with the New Weather Machine, Sept. 3. The Slice also has an interesting  new rock band called the Undersigned band who play on Sept. 3 And if you missed Andrew Scott on the weekend at the Mocha Cabana and Owl Acoustic Lounge, then catch him with Lethbridge favourites, The Turncoats who host the open mic at the Slice, Sept. 7
Tonight Touques and Beards host the Slice’s open mic.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Friday, 03 September 2010 11:48 )  
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