57 shows in a row

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Joe Hill Coffee House, Rossland’s showcase for talent from throughout the Kootenays, presents its 57th show in a row on Sunday, March 16.  It just gets better and better.

Our performers for the March 16 show are:

• Cole Noonan: Great voice, unique guitar, cool new songs

• Ray Bouliane: The maestro, with an awesome array of fine sounds

• Max Hawk: Sweet music, sweet lyrics

• JP Sykes: The man, the guitar, lots of rhythm

• Maverick Blue: our local recording guy, taking an evening out

• Green Avenue (mostly): Chris Leslie, award-winning fiddler newly arrived from the Maritimes, backed by Jason Thomas and Paul Dasti.  Great Canadian country.

It’s a great place for family and friends with soft seats, round tables, tea, coffee, and goodies. All for $3—kids and students free. Best deal for many a kilometre.

Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. sharp in the Miners’ Union Hall.


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