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City celebrating Halloween all week

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Written by Richard Amery for the Sun Times   
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 14:20

Lethbridge celebrates Halloween pretty much all week long. There were several early Halloween parties, Oct. 26. But everything starts to really happen the day before Halloween, Oct. 30 at the Lethbridge College Barn where the Deep Dark Woods and special guests the Sumner Brothers play. The Geomatic Attic presents this show, which begins at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:30, music at 8 p.m. Tickets are $30 members, $32.50 on members, $35 door.
The big actual Halloween party is at Inferno Nightclub and Shisha Lounge where Delhi 2 Dublin and Shred Kelly will rock the joint and get those toes a tapping. So get your dancing shoes on, Oct. 31.

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Gordie Johnson brings new music project to city

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Written by Richard Amery for the Sun Times   
Tuesday, 29 October 2013 15:35

I’m on the road this week to see the best band in the world, Govt. Mule, play the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, Oct. 25.
For me, seeing the southern rock/ jam band icons Govt. Mule, featuring Allman Brothers Band and Dickey Betts Band alumni Warren Haynes and drummer Matt Abts, live is like a bottle of whiskey mixed with a religious experience. When I saw them in Bozeman a few years ago, they played for four hours straight without a break, then took a quick breather and returned to play an hour-long encore. It blew my mind, especially hearing Haynes belt out Led Zeppelin, nailing every high note Robert Plant can’t hit any more, while nailing every Jimmy Page solo and adding a few tricks of his own.

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Top talent fills Geomatic Attic

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Written by Richard Amery for the Sun Times   
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 19:52

The Geomatic Attic continues to bring in great shows.
They had an impressive run of sold-out shows over the past month including great performances by the Sojourners, The Steel Wheels, Lee Harvey Osmond and Little Miss Higgins, most of which were sold out.
Their hot streak will continue this week with return engagements from psychedelic country rockers the Sadies on Monday, Oct. 21 and Canadian classic rockers the Grapes of Wrath the next night. Tickets for the Sadies cost $37.50 as do tickets for the Grapes of Wrath. Both shows begin at 8 p.m. The Sadies are touring in support of their new freshly minted CD “Internal Sounds.” The Grapes of Wrath released their new CD “High Roads” in March.

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Music is going to be a hoot at the Owl

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Written by Richard Amery for the Sun Times   
Wednesday, 09 October 2013 14:33

It is an unsung rule of thumb in Lethbridge that if you can keep a bar open for three years, then you are destined for success.
The Owl Acoustic Lounge celebrates this benchmark by bringing in a whole week’s worth of music.
While they usually only have touring acts on weekend, this week, they have people coming in to play each night. Ontario-based singer songwriter Sean Burns plays the L.A. Beat open mic on Wednesday, Oct. 9.
PandaCorn’s Megan Nash plays a solo show at the Owl Acoustic Lounge featuring songs from her new EP on Oct. 10 with Mary Caroline and Library Trivia Night.

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A rocking good time planned in the city

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Written by Richard Amery for the Sun Times   
Wednesday, 02 October 2013 15:54

This is the week to rock in all forms as there are rock shows aplenty this week.
If you like your rock with a little bit of folk, Elliott Brood returns to the Slice, Oct. 4. Tickets are $20. If you missed them Sept. 19, you won’t want to miss them again as they always put on an intense and enjoyable show.
If you like your rock with a lot of volume, local bands Lustre Creame, the Mormon Girls and the Ruby Plumes play the Slice, Oct. 5. Admission is $10.
If you like your rock with a little bit of metal, the Cancer Bats will tear up Average Joe’s, Oct. 5, with their Black Sabbath-playing alter ego Bat Sabbath. Tickets are $20.

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