Joe Hill Coffeehouse's first concert of the New Year

Andrew Cullen plays cello at the last Joe Hill Coffeehouse in December. - Arne Petryshen Photo
Andrew Cullen plays cello at the last Joe Hill Coffeehouse in December.
— image credit: Arne Petryshen Photo

The Joe Hill Coffeehouse will start the New Year with another great show on Sunday, Jan. 15. As usual, the doors open at 6 p.m., and at 7 p.m. the entertainment begins.

Treats will be supplied by Rossland Secondary School Drama Club. Admission is $3 adults and free to students and children. Be sure to get there early enough to grab a good seat!

Here is the list of performers:

1) Michael Gifford - classic love, cowboy lore and original tunes on ukulele, guitar and vocals

2) TJ Worsley -12 yr. old singer

3) Kerry Kean - pop singer, guitarist

4) Kootenay DanceWorks - dancers Jill Amantea & Cydney Streadwick

5) Wendy Garbe - pop singer, with Michael Gifford, guitar

5) Doug Halladay, Chuck Cram, Dave Rusnell - guitar, bass, vocals

6) Rossland Light Opera Players will showcase excerpts from "Pride and Prejudice"

7) (the) beautiful losers - Chas "Chips McKie - bass; Corey Hendersmash - guitar; Ian McIntyre - rock banjo; Craig Doherty - accordion; Kyle Buckley - vocals


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