The Travelling Mabels – Evergreen Cultural Centre
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September 24 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Travelling Mabels’ show is presented to the audience in a casual, kitchen party, story telling format. All four band members are seated for the performance, with each musician taking their turn at singing their song, like a songwriters in the round. The show is 80% original composition with a few known and not so well known traditional or cover songs added to each set. Instrumentation consists of acoustic guitars, bass, a small snare/kick drum set up, piano, accordion and harmonica. You can expect plenty of three part harmony and a generous helping of old jokes and story telling.
ABOUT THE TRAVELLING MABELS:
Eva Levesque, Lana Floen, Therry Lawson and Keith Floen are The Travelling Mabels.
The Travelling Mabels are an award-winning folk/country group from southern Alberta. For more than fifteen years, they have brought their own unique brand of harmony, humour and musicianship to audiences from coast to coast, performing at venues ranging from folk clubs and community halls to big festivals. You can expect an engaging, fun filled, story telling evening of song and musicianship that will take you on a roller coaster ride of laughter, tears and joy! They have shared the stage with many notable artists including Ian Tyson, Tom Jackson, The Elvis Imperials and Gene Watson. They have collectively written and recorded four CDs which have enjoyed extensive airplay on radio stations such as CBC and CKUA.
The Travelling Mabels have released their fourth and latest CD “Take Me Home” produced and arranged by band member Keith Floen.“Take Me Home” was nominated for the 2022 CMAB Album of the Year. A collection of 11 songs, made up of 9 new original songs, a Billy Joel piano instrumental cover and a fresh remix of their previously released song Alberta Blue (featuring a cameo performance by Ian Tyson) to coincide with Red Barn Books publishing release of the children’s picture book “Alberta Blue – A prairie sky lullaby.” Which has won WINNER, CHILDREN’S BOOK OF THE YEAR! 2022 Alberta Book Publishing Awards.
TICKETS ON SALE!
Adult: $37 | Senior: $34 | Student: $16