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Good Lovelies perform in Petersburg

Canadian trio The Good Lovelies bring their unique and playful blend of original harmony, swing, folk and more to the Wright Auditorium in Petersburg tonight. Caroline Brooks, Kerri Ough and Sue Passmore back up their crisp vocals on stage with guitar, mandolin and banjo. Along with touring Canada, the US and beyond, the Good Lovelies have produced five albums over the past six years.Tonight’s local concert is sponsored by the Petersburg Arts Council and it’s the last stop on the Toronto group’s tour through Alaska.

Matt Lichtenstein previewed some of their music last week and spoke by phone with one of the Good Lovelies, Sue Passmore: For mobile-friendly audio, click here.

Photo courtesy www.goodlovelies.com


The Good Lovelies perform tonight at seven in Petersburg’s the Wright auditorium. Tickets are available at Lee’s Clothing or at the door.

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