Entertainment

Rosemary and The Sweet Sound Revival will perform in a fundraising concert for the Boundary Trails Health Centre’s Palliative Care program on Feb. 23. (SUPPLIED PHOTO)

In concert for Palliative Care

Rosemary and The Sweet Sound Revival will perform in a fundraising concert for the Boundary Trails Health Centre’s Palliative Care program on Feb. 23. Rosemary Siemens said although she has no personal experience with the program, she’s seen first hand the dedication of staff, and was happy to lend her voice and talents to the cause.

JP Hoe is playing the Kenmor on Feb. 24.

Fluid folk pop and acoustic melodies

Six time Western Canadian Music Award nominated artist JP Hoe is bringing his fluid melodies to Morden’s Kenmor Theatre on Feb. 24. Born and raised in Winnipeg, Hoe said he first got into music because it seemed fun. Growing up, he said he was always around singing but not pop and folk music.

Bruno Mars receives his third Grammy for Album of the Year during the 60th Annual Grammy Awards show on January 28, 2018, in New York. (AFP PHOTO)

Mars, Lamar lead Grammy winners

The 60th annual Grammy Awards were presented Sunday night, hosted by James Corden for the second year in a row (sorry, LL Cool J), with Bruno Mars leading the pack with six awards, followed by Kendrick Lamar with four.

Jayme Giesbrecht in concert

Winkler powerhouse vocalist Jayme Giesbrecht is celebrating a birthday, but it’s attendees of her concert that get the gift of music. Jayme Giesbrecht, and the Soul Revue Band is live in concert Jan. 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the P.W. Enns Centennial Concert Hall in Winkler, joining forces with other musicians for her 30th birthday.

SMC presents Canadian Brass

Canadian Brass will be in Winkler as part of the Southern Manitoba Concerts Series. SMC welcomes back the world’s most famous brass group, Sunday, January 14, at 2:30 p.m. at the Winkler Bergthaler Mennonite Church. Rush tickets are available at the door for $40, half an hour before show time.

A Winnipeg band is bringing their sweet tunes to Morden in the new year. Sweet Alibi will be playing on Jan. 13, bringing their folk/pop style to the Kenmor. (SUPPLIED PHOTO)

Sweet Alibi to visit Morden

A Winnipeg band is bringing their sweet tunes to Morden in the new year. Sweet Alibi will be playing on Jan. 13, bringing their folk/pop style to the Kenmor. The band is made up of Jess Rae Ayre, Amber Rose and Michelle Anderson. The three have been playing together since 2009.

Rod Beattie, a veteran Canadian actor, performs in Gretna, Dec. 8th, in the holiday classic, “A Christmas Carol”. (SUPPLIED PHOTO)

“A Christmas Carol” performance delights

Arts and Drama and Music lovers converged on the small community of Gretna, Dec. 8th, to hear the presentation of a holiday classic, “A Christmas Carol”, but with a twist. People came from the larger centres of Altona, Winkler and Morden, but also from Miami, Darlingford, Plum Coulee, Lowe Farm and other places.