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Junkman's Quire play for attentive Lethbridge Folk Club audience

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 Local folk/ jazz/ world music band The Junkman’s Quire showed off their many musical stripes for an attentive Lethbridge Folk Club audience, Nov. 25 at the Lethbridge College Cave.The Junkman’s Quire playing for the Lethbridge Folk Club, Nov. 25. Photo by Richard Amery


 I only caught part of their upbeat set  but I arrived in time for a couple of songs sung in French and a couple of fiddle player/ guitarist/ vocalist Megan Brown’s own original songs on which frontman George Fowler took a chair to  play cello on . 

One of hers was about the dark side of Sleeping Beauty.They only had the one fiddle for this show. 

Ross Samuel alternated between saxophone and guitar while upright bassist and drummer Isaac Neufeld held down the rhythm end of things. Fowler sang a gypsy / eastern European flavoured original called “Corvid” about the role of the Trickster and the imagery of the raven in the mythologies of different countries.

— By Richard Amery, L.a. Beat Editor
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