JOE HILL COFFEE HOUSE LIGHTS UP DECEMBER!
On December 15, Joe Hill Coffee House, Rossland’s community showcase for talent from throughout the West Kootenays, will present another great show. Our performers are:
- Michael Gifford, founder of Joe Hill Coffee House, performing songs from “Lonesome Valley,” a country operetta written by Michael’s father in 1950.
- The Singing Coyotes, seven harmonious females gathering from far and wide to serenade Rossland. (To make their long journey worthwhile, the Singing Coyotes will perform 2 sets.)
- Young dancers from Kootenay Dance Works – Ali Ferguson dancing “Dream Catcher,” Hollie Arsenault dancing Fields of Gold,” and Bethaney Johnson dancing “Ave Maria.”
- The Rossland Glee Club, presenting “Tribute to Snow,” followed by a traditional French carol, and finishing with a Gospel Christmas piece that, in their words, will “blow the doors down!”
- Andrew and John Cullen, a father and son duo performing fiery Mediterranean Flamenco guitar, featuring the music of Rodrigo y Gabriela, Pavlo, and original compositions.
- Stevie B, a perennial Rossland favorite, singing and strumming a la Steve.
- Green Avenue – Aaron Andrews singing and playing guitar, Paul Dasti on bass, and Chris Leslie, an award-winning fiddler newly arrived from Nova Scotia. Canadian country at its finest!
Joe Hill Coffee House has goodies by the Gold Fever Follies, soft seats and round tables, and a relaxing family-friendly atmosphere.
Admission is a mere $3 – kids and students free.
Joe Hill Coffee House takes place in the Rossland Miners’ Hall, 1765 Columbia Avenue in Rossland.
Doors open at 6:00 PM. The show starts at 7:00. (Because of the size our show, we would like to ask that people arrive early enough that we can start at 7:00 sharp.)
For more information, you can contact Les Carter, 250-362-5677, email@example.com.
See you there!