Slower week marked by some excellent shows


Things slow down ever so slightly this week, but there are still several great shows happening.DJ Jazzy Jeff comes to Lethbridge, Nov. 9. Photo Submitted

 Juno award winners Monkey Junk return to the Geomatic Attic, Nov. 7. The Ottawa based blues trio always  put on an excellent show.
the Lethbridge Folk Club also has a big show this weekend. Wendell Ferguson and Katherine Wheatley combine wicked guitar playing with wit, thoughts and stories.

They play the Wolf’s Den Saturday, Nov. 10. Delhi 2 Dublin also return to Lethbridge this week. The always popular Vancouver based band combine celtic music, world music and hop hop with pop and East Indian music. They always get a good turnout and a lot of support in Lethbridge. They will be playing Scores, Nov. 11.

 And take a trip back to the ’80s with DJ Jazzy Jeff who plays the fifth annual Throw Your Panties party at Studio 54. He will be sharing the stage with a lot of DJs including DJ Skratch Bastid, MC Skillz and DJ Fuze, Nov. 9 at Studio 54.

 If you want to rock, Deadeye Strobe Lights play the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Nov. 9 as well. Treeline play the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Nov. 10. And Suite 33 will be rocking Casino Lethbridge, Nov. 9 and Nov. 10.

There are a lot of early week shows this week.
 Tonight Danny Michel plays his second Lethbridge date in as many days. He is backed by a solid band which allows him to stretch out. Percussionist/ guitarist Quigue Escamilla adds extra vocals, percussion and guitar to Michel’s set in additioning to opening the show  with a set of his own material. The show begins at approximately 9 p.m.

 The big rock show of the night will be pretty sweet as Big Sugar returns to Average Joes with special guest, reggae legend Willi Williams.
The show begins at 9 p.m., Nov. 6 with opening act the Balconies. Advance tickets are $30.

— By Richard Amery, L.A.Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 06 November 2012 13:44 )