Fret and Stew Tom Martin Michelle Lemay

Fret and Stew Tom Martin Michelle Lemay

Kimberley Homegrown Music at Centre 64

A full house participated in another wonderful Homegrown Coffee House evening Saturday Jan. 17, 2015

John Allen

A full house participated in another wonderful Homegrown Coffee House evening Saturday Jan. 17, 2015

Carol Fergus was a busy lady Friday and Saturday calling on old friends to fill in after several last minute cancellations by performers too ill to attend.

The result was a very enjoyable variety of music, which included dancers from the Leila Cooper School of Highland Dance, 11th Avenue Stopover – Beth and Doug Crawley and Rod Wilson with several instruments, Sharon Harries on piano and song, Rod Wilson on guitar, another friendly and delicious Intermission in the Gallery (If you haven’t viewed the present exhibit, Artrageous, do it!). Drew Lyall gave a strong performance on piano, with a very funny song about his neighbor’s more than annoying dog (He doesn’t look like a fella who would strangle a dog, but he swears he did it!), Fraser and Conner Armstrong, father and son, on guitar and piano, Tom Martin singing and playing guitar, with Michelle Lemay on bass guitar. The Grand Finale was a strong enjoyable performance by James Neve, singing and playing guitar.

The next Can’t Miss event at Centre 64 is Art Movie Night (Who Gets to Call it Art?), Jan. 30, admission by donation. Buy your tickets for the next Homegrown early!