Joe Hill Coffee House March 15

On Sunday, March 15, Rossland’s Joe Hill Coffee House presents another great show.

Peanut Butter and Jam from Creston will be performing on March 15 at the Joe Hill Coffee House.

On Sunday, March 15, Rossland’s Joe Hill Coffee House presents another great show filled with talent from near and far, including our headline group, Peanut Butter and Jam, who are trekking all the way from Creston to be part of the fun.

 

 

 

Here’s the show:

•Peanut Butter and Jam: Julie Groot on lead /harmony vocals, flute and penny whistles. Shirley Cameron on lead /harmony vocals, EWI (electronic wind instrument) and penny whistle. Bob Gollan on lead/harmony vocals and guitar. Ted Bryant on bass guitar and vocals.  Celtic, Maritimes, and more.

•Bert Kniss: Fruitvale’s famous harmonica man.

•Ralph Zebrinski: making his solo debut at Joe Hill.

•The Kidz: Wonderful harmonies; Keith Park, Anne-Marie Bruun, Ray Scott, Wendy and Paul Harvey, for the love of singing.

•J.P. Sykes: The man with the axe and the chops.

•Doug and the Thugs: The name says it all.  Old-time country from the gang.

 

 

 

Excellent venue, friendly scene, soft seats, goodies, coffee and tea, and only $3. Kids and students are free. Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m.

Performers young, old, new or experienced, solo or together, Joe Hill Coffee House is a place to try out your style in public for the first time, or to relax and perform for the best audience in the Kootenays. There are no auditions. Just sign up for your 15 minutes of fun. Contact Les Carter at 250-362-5677 or email retrac01@telus.net.

 

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