Catch the Joe Hill Coffeehouse Sunday in Rossland

The monthly Joe Hill Coffeehouse will present some amazing acts this Sunday, as well as the new team or organizers.

The monthly Joe Hill Coffeehouse will present some amazing acts this Sunday, as well as the new team of Les Carter, Marti Daniel, Dave Snider and Kyle Buckley taking helm of the organizing portion of the show.

The four have taken over for long-time organizer Michael Gifford.Doors open for the show at 6:15 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m.at the Rossland Miners’ Hall.

General admission is $3 and students get in free.

The line-up for the show:

1.  Les Carter  (picking and singing)

2.  Kara Deane and Delaney Bowman  (young singers)

3.  Leanne and family  (toe-tapping old-time)

4.  Marti Daniel  (steady-on folk)

5.  Harris, Felix, and Ben (a taste of Gold Fever Follies)

6.  Diego Molero  (great young Latin guitarist)

7.  Max Hawk  (a Kootenays legend)

8.  Laela  (young singer)

Sunday, June 17, Rossland Miners’ Hall$3 admissions. Students free. Show begins at 7 p.m.

 

 

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