Backyard garden show

Rakish Angles will be playing in a backyard garden show today at 7:30 p.m. in Egbert and Lyndsay’s backyard at 2040 Kootenay Ave.

Newgrass, Latin, gypsy-jazz, old-time music.

None of these styles were born here, yet they have given inspiration to the vision of these musicians, who hail from various locations around Canada.

Since forming in 2007, The Rakish Angles—composed of Ali Romanow (Violin, vocals), Simon Hocking (Mandolin, vocals), Boyd Norman (Bass, vocals), and Dan Richter (Guitar, vocals) —have been making their own unique sound.

They are a four-piece string band, playing gypsy jazz and newgrass.

And they will be playing in a backyard garden show Thursday, July 11 at 7:30 p.m. in Egbert and Lyndsay’s backyard at 2040 Kootenay Ave. in Rossland.

Parking is very limited. Bring your own lawn chair, snacks and beverages.

Tickets are $15 at the door (correct cash appreciated).

Listen to them here:

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