By Contributor
December 10th, 2013

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, retrac01@telus.net.

See you there!

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