Eli Barsi sings

Singer, songwriter and recording artist Eli Barsi performs at the Clearwater Community Baptist Church

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Singer, songwriter and recording artist Eli Barsi performs at the Clearwater Community Baptist Church on Sunday evening, Dec. 1. Title of the presentation was A Cowgirl Christmas.

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Left: Barsi’s husband John Cunningham accompanies her on his bass. The family friendly show featured Christmas, western, yodeling and gospel music.

 

 

 

 

Below: Clearwater area resident Don Cool receives applause from the audience. Although Barsi and her husband often perform in Kamloops, this is the first time they have performed in Clearwater. Their major motivation was because Cool lives here, they said. The local man is a great fan of western music.

Don Cool

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