Country Blend sings sounds of the season

2012 12 10 UnitedChurchCountry Blend showing their stuff at the Fort Saskatchewan United Church. Photo by Patrick Puff


Country Blend mixed up of Monday night with a mix of old time country songs, christmas songs, and gospel songs.

The Manitoba band played at the Fort Saskatchewan United Church for a wonderful Christmas Concert.

Country Blend members include Dianne Lodge, Evelyn Ramage, Gordy "Crazy Fingers" Lindquist, Henry Martens, and Cyn Lodge.

The band talked about how they welcome people to join them on their tours.

For more information visit countryblend.ca

 

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