Kat Danser is on the way to Demmitt for weekend show

On November 3, Kat Danser, backed up by her three-piece band The Tall Tales, is bringing her CD release tour to the Borderline Culture Series in the Demmitt Community Centre.

Danser looks for skill, preparedness and maturity in her band mates and she has found three of the best in bandleader Jimmy Guiboche laying it down on guitar, Chris Brzezicki handling the upright bass and Kelly Kruse setting the groove on drums.

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Kat has had a busy time in the last five years.  She completed a doctorate in ethnomusicology at the University of Alberta and had to overcome several health challenges, including three surgeries.  A bout of pneumonia forced her to cancel a previous engagement at the Borderline, an unpleasant precedent in her musical career. Danser is looking forward to playing the energy-efficient hall in Demmitt. 

“I’m really excited to finally be doing a show for them.  I can hardly wait," she says.

The Demmitt Community Centre is approximately 80 km west of Grande Prairie or approximately 13 km east of the Alberta/B.C. border, south of Highway 43 on Rge. Rd. 132.

Doors open at 7pm. with the performance beginning at 8pm.


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