Free concert in the park

Lake Country Open Air Performances

Coral Beach Park July 16

 

Rigel Seedhouse

Formerly the lead singer and songwriter of the Chilliwack alternative rock band Crashsite, Rigel Seedhouse has recently turned his rock style into a more solo acoustic driven sound. Despite this change of style, his original music still has the intensity and passion of his alternative rock roots emphasizing a more percussive use of the guitar than traditional acoustic rock generally employs. Always of the belief that music should say something, and say it with passion,  Rigel’s songs can sway from the politically aggressive to the more sweeping and gentle moods of the melancholic and reflective. Rigel is currently working on his first independent album which he hopes to release within the year.

 

Abba Tribute

This energetic duo started as singers, who became friends, who discovered that they both loved the music of Abba. This tribute has grown into a professional singing duo being booked at many events in the Okanagan.

 

Andrea Anderson and Greg Bouwman

Andrea’s vocal abilities have been described as pure and powerful with an engaging sound.  “Music is my way of personal expression.  It is how I connect with people and the world around me… singing to me, is my Destiny fulfilled.”  Andrea had the honor to perform at the 1998 BC Summer Games and then moved to Nashville to pursue her dream. “Singing is the music in my heart and the soul of who I am,” says Andrea.

 

The show is being put on as part of the Lake Country Open Air Performance Society’s summer concert series.

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