The Overdue Blues Band performs June 22 as part of the concert series at Red Deer’s Golden Circle. (Contributed photo).

Red Deer’s Overdue Blues Band will perform ‘dance-your-shoes-off’ tunes

Golden Circle show is on June 22

Red Deer’s Overdue Blues Band will perform a swing-blues show this month at the Golden Circle.

The energetic band is promising to perform some “dance-your-shoes-off” tunes on Saturday, June 22, based on traditional swing-blues, as well as Chicago-, Texas- and Memphis-style blues songs.

Even rock songs rooted in the blues will be thrown in for an audience-friendly mix of covers and original tunes.

The Overdue Blues Band, formed in 2011, is comprised of vocalist Tracy Wells, Dean Bruce on guitar, Nick Partridge on keyboards, Marcel Mejiers on bass and Mark Workun on drums.

The group strives to perform not only at large outdoor summer festivals, but also at intimate venues — such as the local show at the Golden Circle, as part of its concert series.

Tickets for the 7 p.m. concert are $20 and are available from the front desk of the Golden Circle.

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