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‘Prairie Kitchen Party’ to Bring out Best in Local Musicians

April 28, 2011 8:38 AM | Entertainment

By Tyler Sutherland

The best folk and roots musicians in Manitoba will be showcased at the Prairie Kitchen Party on Tuesday, May 24.

Jessee Havey and Scott Senior featuring Leonard Podolak and Jordon McConnel of The Duhks are slated to perform, including Emma Cloney and Dan Frechette, The Old No.3 Trio, and Patti Lamoureux featuring Jeremy Rusu.

Songwriting and storytelling at its finest will take over the West End Cultural Centre for an intimate night of local music.

“Nothing embraces the kindred spirit of musicianship quite like jamming in the kitchen,” said Emma Cloney. “So many great songs and stories start in the kitchen. We all thought it would be an amazing night of music to share the kitchen party experience with others.”

Concert goers are invited to bring spoons to tap along to the tunes and will be encouraged into singing along with the performers on stage.

Doors open at 7 p.m., with show time set for 8 p.m.

Tickets are $15 in advance at the WECC box office, Kustom Kulture, Into The Music, Music Trader and the Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store, or for $20 at the door.