Petunia plays Cedar Creek Cafe on Sunday

More live music coming to Winlaw’s Cedar Creek Cafe

On Sunday, May 19 Petunia returns to play a solo evening.

The weeks ahead see the Cedar Creek Cafe in Winlaw gearing up for summer by bringing in a wide range of great performers. Drop by for a meal or some refreshments and enjoy the music. If the weather is warm, the music moves outside.

On Sunday, May 19 Petunia returns to play a solo evening. A rich high and lonesome sound, a country-swing beat, ferocious screams and yodels, and a bit of a twisted rockabilly edge — these are the some words you might say of a Petunia performance.

Then on Tuesday, May 21 Brian Pottie returns. This well-travelled guitarist has spent the past 30 years mastering his unique style of playing.

Awna Teixeira of the Po’ Girls is bringing her first solo tour to the Cedar Creek Cafe on Thursday, May 23, promoting her new CD Where the Darkness Goes.

On Sunday, May 26 one of Canada’s most promising indie-rock acts, The Shrugs, stop by with their emotionally-charged songs inspired by hyperactive imaginations and a passion for creativity.

On Friday, June 7, be prepared for The Bison Brothers. Enter the whiskeyed world of the East Kootenay’s cosmic-cowboy supreme, Tim Ross, with songs of broken hearts, broken dreams, and broken glass.

Music generally begins at 6:30 p.m. For reservations call 250-226-7355.

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