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Fifth annual Guelph Christmas Harmonies Concert held in Guelph

GUELPH - Last year, Brenda Lewis and Gayle Ackroyd found a new home for their annual concert of lesser-known Christmas gems and favourites - the Red Brick Cafe - and this year they return for the fifth  annual Guelph Christmas Harmonies Concert.

The duo’s sweet and sassy vocal harmonies will take listeners on a journey of holiday cheer through 1960s pop, rock and R&B to more recent country, folk and bluegrass, officials say.

Lewis will perform vocals, percussion and kazoo, while  Ackroyd will perform vocals, guitar, ukulele, mandolin and percussion.

Marilyn Alexander will make a  guest appearance on vocals.

The performance will take place on Dec. 9 from 7:30 to 9:30pm at the Red Brick Cafe in Guelph.

Tickets are $10 in advance and can be ordered at or $15 (cash only) at the door. A table at the Red Brick Cafe can be reserved in advance by phone at -519-836-1126.

December 8, 2017


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