Plenty of live music on this weekend

A plethora of musical choices awaits Red Deer residents on the weekend — from poignant folk ballads to mind-melting metal. On Friday, Morgan Davis will perform his country/blues music in a fundraiser for the Central Music Festival Society at Fratters Speakeasy. For more information about the show, call 403-356-0033.

A plethora of musical choices awaits Red Deer residents on the weekend — from poignant folk ballads to mind-melting metal.

On Friday, Morgan Davis will perform his country/blues music in a fundraiser for the Central Music Festival Society at Fratters Speakeasy. For more information about the show, call 403-356-0033.

Also that night, Nanaimo’s powerhouse band, The Body Politic, will team up with B.C. metal-heads Quartered to create an intense sound experience at the Blarney Stone Pub. For more information, please call 403-343-7880.

On Saturday, Juno Award-nominated singer/songwriter Jeremy Fisher will perform his hits, including the smash single Uh-Oh (recorded with Serena Ryder), at Fratters Speakeasy. For more information about the show, call 403-356-0033.

Across the city that night, Edmonton singers Maria Dunn and Shannon Johnson will recount some historical tales through their original songs at the Golden Circle to help celebrate Alix’s Irene Parlby and the rest of the Famous Five’s significant contribution to achieving women’s rights in Canada. The show will include an oral introduction by city historian Michael Dawe. For more information about the 7 p.m. event, call 403-340-2497.

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