Lacombe’s country music star Gord Bamford will perform Saturday in Red Deer with the Lisa Dodd Band, from Hanna. (Contributed photo)

Lacombe’s country star Gord Bamford to perform Saturday in Red Deer with The Lisa Dodd Band

The show is at Bo’s Bar and Stage

Central Alberta country singer Gord Bamford will make a special concert appearance Saturday in Red Deer.

The multi-award-winning artist will appear as special guest at a performance by The Lisa Dodd Band at Bo’s Bar and Stage.

Australian-born and Alberta-raised Bamford has a bevy of country music awards and 20 years of experience honing his craft.

He is currently working on his ninth studio album, and recently released the first single, #REDNEK.

His eighth studio album, Neon Smoke, was released in early 2018 containing the chart topper Dive Bar. It follows his Tin Roof album, winner of the 2016 CCMA album of the year.

The Lisa Dodd Band hails from the Hanna area. The “whiskey-voiced” singer won bass player of the year in 2012 and 2015 from the Canadian Country Music Association, as well as won the musician of the year designation in 2016 from the Association of Country Music in Alberta.

Please contact the venue for ticket information.

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