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Blues and Raggedy Gospel from the Agnostics

This week, the Agnostic Mountain Gospel Choir play their trademark blend of blues and raggedy gospel in a live show at the Engineered Air Theatre in Calgary. Tune in to hear how the band's sound has evolved with the addition of Jackson Phibes (aka Tom Bagley, of the long-running Calgary punk band Forbidden Dimension) as lead singer.

Plus, three new cd's. Medicine Hat folk singer and storyteller Phyllis Sinclair pays tribute to single parents in her new album, Songs of the Washerwomen. And we'll preview two albums that are getting their releases this weekend at the Haven Social Club in Edmonton: Red Shag Carpet's Down Like a Lion, and Seth Anderson's portrait of a relationship from first kiss to breakup, in Rocky Town Heartache.

As always, lots of excellent original music by Alberta artists coming your way on the Key of A!


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