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Another crazy week in Lethbridge

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Friday is going to be full of tough choices. Default is playing at The Blarney Stone with Double Jack and Soul Side In, while there is going to be a party at Henotic with The Main Drag and the Fast Romantics along with Amelia Earhart. The former have a song in  the new Rock Band  game, so in honour of that there will be a Rock  Band competition as well. If you aren’t going up to Calgary for Sled Island this weekend, there is a lot to do right here. Not the least of which is  an open mic at the Wolf’s Den, June 26. Vancouver-based rock band Incura returns to Lethbridge to play two gigs—  at the Slice, June 27 with Jesse Northey and the Dandelions as well as Lustre Creame. They are also playing an all ages gig at the Moose Hall, June 26 with the Eyes of Isis and  Hollow Embrace.

And New West Theatre is going Hollywood  from june 26-July 25. Their new original production, “Soundtrack”  kicks off at the Yates Memorial Centre, Friday night. Nicolas Hanson directs an all-star cast including Scott Carpenter, Jessica Ens, Jocelyn Haub, Erica Hunt,  Duff MacDonald, Mark Nivet, Grahame Renyk and Kathy Zaborsky hit the stage with songs, dance, comedy and choreography from the world’s biggest films. There will songs from be ’80s hits, classics and modern blockbusters. It will be the “soundtrack” to your summer.

Call 403-329-7328 for tickets or go online at

If glitter rock is more your style, check out Kiss tribute Psycho CirKiss at Average Joes downtown on June 27. And the Skilletlikkers are playing Friday and Saturday at the Coal Banks Inn and hosting a Saturday afternoon jam.

Saturday will be another tough one to choose what to see.

Scores Thirst and grill is holding  a Rock and Walk for Cancer research. Local musicians including Santana Odina, Joel Bryant and  Daylan Delaney as well as a few others will all be performing. The event begins at 8 p.m.

Across town, Shaela Miller and  Greg Gomola will be performing at the Wooden Kilt. The Skilletlikkers are back at the Coal Banks Inn, Saturday as well.

If you like country music, Donny Parenteau plays the Lethbridge Casino Friday and Saturday.  

Last Updated ( Friday, 26 June 2009 21:25 )  
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