Joe Hill Coffee House — a lineup to chase away the February blues!

Next show on Sunday, Feb. 23

On Sunday, Feb. 23, Joe Hill Coffee House presents an evening you won’t want to miss. It’s got something for everyone.

  • Hannah Dueck & Lucas Karn – Ten years of harmonious collaboration (ever since tree planting), with a folk style of playing influenced by the blues, rock, gospel and the backwoods.
  • Juliana & Stephi – Direct from Toronto and London (Ontario)! Harmonious sisters building on the sounds of the Beatles, Paul Simon, Stevie Nicks.
  • Marnie Jacobsen – Marnie tells great stories. They’re all true, and if they’re not, they should be.
  • Kootenay Dance Works – Dancing keeps you young and happy! The cure for February.
  • Trish Jameison – Local singer/songwriter with unique covers and catchy originals.

We’re in the Rossland Legion, 2081 Washington Street, a family-friendly venue with lots of goodies and happiness.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the show starts at 7:00. See you there!

Admission is a mere $3 – kept affordable by our all-volunteer crew, and the generosity of the Rossland Legion. Thanks to all!

Proceeds from Joe Hill Coffee House help support the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture; proceeds from sale of goodies help support the Gold Fever Follies.

Joe Hill Coffee House is always looking for new performers – young and old, beginners or polished. All welcome, no auditions. It’s where you can relax and perform for the best audience anywhere. For more information contact Les Carter at, 250-362-5677.

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