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February 26, 2020 - Lethbridge Sun Times/Shopper - page 22 THE ARTS


A busy end to a longer February I


t is a leap year this year, and with Feb. 29 falling on a Saturday, that means an extra night of live music and then some.


The Owl Acoustic Lounge has a


busy week ahead of them with an eclectic set of shows scheduled. They have a rare Thursday night


the buzz


show Feb. 27 with Red Deer roots/folk band Boots and The Hoots and Broken Brothers a.k.a. Eric Laroque and Ben Caldwell, performing after the Owl’s monthly poetry open mic hosted by Teri Petz at 7:30 p.m. They turn things up a notch with Calgary soul and funk


LIVE MUSIC Richard Amery Sun Times columnist


band God Spilt the Milk plus local bands the Cayley and 21st Avenue. Admission is by donation. Lethbridge Musical Theatre’s Broadway open mic returns


to the Owl Acoustic Lounge, Feb. 29 from 3-5 p.m. So come on out and belt out your favourite Broadway hits, Live piano accompaniment will be provided. Feel free to bring your own sheet music or choose from the music available. Later on, Jay Bowcott’s new band Rooks return to the Owl


stage at approximately 9:30 p.m. The Geomatic Attic brings back Calgary indie rock/folk


band Reuben and the Dark to Southminster United Church Feb. 29. Local band Ghost Woman open the show at at 8 p.m. sharp. Tickets cost $36.50. That corner of downtown will be packed, with three big


shows happening. Ammena Dance presents Explosion of World Dance in the Yates Theatre beginning at 7:30 p.m. while right next door in the Sterndale Bennett Theatre, the Quaint Quirky and Queer cabaret begins at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. The Slice rocks as usual this week. On Feb. 28, Red Deer-


based power pop group The Pits Planet Earth plus local alternative rock band MTBC play the Slice beginning at around 9:30 p.m. There is a $10 cover for the show. The next night, the Slice features local Led Zeppelin


tribute Tangerine beginning at 9 p.m. The Elim Village features a special Leap of Faith Dessert


Night, Feb. 29 at the Grand Hall (275 Lettice Perry Road north) beginning at 7 p.m. Deanna Storfie and Nathalie Snijder will be entertaining throughout the event, 7-9 p.m. Not a lot has been announced for March yet. There are


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Cypress, plus local acts The Cayley and synth pop artist Tyler Vanden


Dool, will be performing on March 6 at the Owl Acoustic Lounge. Local country band Skinny Dyck and the Chicken


Catchers will be playing the Owl on March 7. It will be a jazz-fuelled day. Metrik Jazztet play the Owl Acoustic Lounge at 3 p.m. And the Lethbridge Community Band Society have a


special International Women’s Day Concert at College Drive Community Church, March 7 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 while 12 and under get in for free. Last, but not least, the Great Canadian Barn dance comes


to the Galt Museum on March 7 from 7-10 p.m. Tickets are $30 for adults, $20 for youth 11-17 while children 10 and under get in for free. Reuben Bullock and his band the Dark return to play the


Southminster United Church for the Geomatic Attic, Feb. 29. They are touring in support of their most recent album “un/love,” which was released in October, and are currently making inroads in the United States. “It’s been good so far. We’ve had some sold-out shows,”


said Bullock, just leaving Minneapolis en route to Winnipeg. “American audiences are a lot different than Canadian


audiences. A lot of them know me from bigger projects,” said Bullock, who has had a nice run of having his songs placed in TV shows like “Breaking Bad” and “The Handmaiden’s Tale” and movies like Robert Downey Jr.’s film “Dr. Doolittle.” “I spend a lot of time in Los Angeles writing for movies


and television,” said Bullock, adding he has been working with a team for the past eight years who help his songs get placed in movies and television.


CONTINUED ON PAGE 24


open mics at the Owl Acoustic Lounge on Monday, a comedy open mic at Good Times on Tuesday and at Beaches on Wednesday and at the Slice on Thursday. Honker’s Pub hosts open mics on Friday nights and Saturday afternoon. So far, March looks pretty local. Edmonton Indie rock band


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