Joe Hill promises to turn grey skies blue...

Les Carter
By Les Carter
October 15th, 2014

This coming Sunday, October 19, Joe Hill Coffee House, Rossland’s legendary community venue for talent from thought the Kootenays, brings you a show to chase away the blahs while we wait for the snow to fly. We would love to have you come and hear:

  • Lois Allen, playing tuneful flute classics

  • Max Hawk and his well-educated guitar – sweet, sometimes sad, always great music

  • Mike Scully (and perhaps some friends) – nice!

  • The Hardlys (they’ll tell you why): Stew, Newton and Pyet – acoustic pop to get your toes tapping

  • Kootenay Jack, our rockabilly guru

  • Whispering Polly – Paul Dasti and friends with a new acoustic sound

As always, the venue is family-friendly, the sound and surroundings are superb, and there will be goodies and refreshments (tea, coffee, soft drinks) with the proceeds going to support Rossland’s Gold Fever Follies.

The Miners’ Hall is located at 1765 Columbia Avenue in Rossland (just west of the business blocks on the main street).

Doors open at 6:00 PM, and the show starts at 7:00.

Admission is a mere $3, kids and students free.

Joe Hill Coffee House is always looking for more people who would like to come out and perform, whether young or old, beginner or experienced. There’s no audition; just sign up and get your guaranteed 15 minutes of fame in front of a great audience. For more information, call Les Carter, 250-362-5677, retrac01@telus.net.

Make a note: Joe Hill Coffee House,

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