Daniel Sky brings guests on stage for third Lethbridge gig in two months


Winnipeg raised, Toronto based singer songwriter Daniel Sky returned to Lethbridge for the third time in two months, to play the Owl Daniel Sky welcomes several guests on stage including Kelsey Jesperson. Photo by Richard AmeryAcoustic Lounge for a decent sized crowd, basically doubling the number at his previous poorly attended shows.

 After a hot and loud set by Red Rum Triumph (aka Steve Foord and Kelsey Jesperson), Foord played a decent version of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” with former Clapping Monkeys member Brock Jellison.

 Daniel Sky, began his set with a Bob Dylan song and played several songs from his two CDs. He got Jellison back on stage to harmonize on a couple songs and asked Jesperson to add some violin to a couple others.

He switched to several different guitars throughout his set.

 He ended his set with  a Tom Waits song, “Innocently Dreaming,”  which included a few verses of the Beatles’ “I Want to Hold your Hand,”and asked the audience to sing along with the chorus if they knew them.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 December 2011 12:38 )