There's a real beauty to the Prairies during the winter time. But,
there are also times when you kind of wish that you didn't have to drive three hours in
I was here to perform my Patsy Cline show to a sold-out (they were able to squeeze a few extra chairs in there somehow) show
to a wonderful crowd in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan.
It's cold enough here that the numbers 7, 8, 9, and 0 decided to stay inside. ;)
See you in the near future, Saskatchewan!
This weekend was difficult and encouraging at the same time. Despite
having come down with the flu, I was able to go through with my shows in Princeton and Osoyoos,
but my throat and chest were just too congested to go through with my Patsy Cline show this past
Sunday in Grand Forks.
I can't remember the last time I had to cancel a show due to illness (it has to be more than 5 years ago, if not
more), and I felt truly awful about it, but it was the best thing to do--for me and for the audience. They would
have regrette paying for what my voice would have sounded like that day.
The good news is that I'm feeling much better and we've already re-scheduled for two shows in Grand Forks in March—
a Saturday evening show (10 March) and a Sunday afternoon show (11 March). All ticket holders of the cancelled show may use their
tickets for one of those shows.
In the meantime, I had a couple of fantastic audiences in Princeton on Friday, and Osoyoos on Saturday. Here are some videos
and pictures! I'l be back in Penticton in the fall and back in Osoyoos next year. See you soon!
Here's the end of the show in Princeton, with a very boisterous an appreciative crowd.