A large audience enjoyed the Summer Stage. (Photo courtesy of Geoff Ellen)

A large audience enjoyed the Summer Stage. (Photo courtesy of Geoff Ellen)

Summer Stage enthralls crowd of 250 in Clearwater

At our Summer Stage on July 21, Henry Small and his band enthralled the crowd of nearly 250 people who came to listen to their superb renditions of great rock classics, such as Van Morrison’s “Moondance” and Led Zeppelin’s “A Whole Lotta Love” – leaving us all wanting more.

I think they enjoyed playing together nearly as much as we enjoyed listening!

This week’s exciting Summer Stage is the Margit Sky Project, accompanied on bass by Ken Kobayashi, a former resident of Clearwater.

Margit Gossage and Rod (Little Sky) Bandura are partners on stage and in life. It is said that when you hear them play, the close connection between the two will leave you wanting to hear more. They are known to play all styles of music, rock, folk, oldies, Celtic, originals and a little country, along with a few cool instrumentals.

There is definitely something for everyone to enjoy.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the North Thompson Communities Foundation for their generous financial contribution to our sound and lighting project, ensuring that we can continue to provide live music events in Clearwater and the surrounding area.

The joy of Summer Stage begins at 7 p.m. on Thursday July 28. Hope to see you there!

Submitted by Shirley Frost, WGLAS president


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