Radio West | Jan 28, 2013 | 5:21

Radio West Spotlight: Gabbie Dochstader

This week we shine the Radio West spotlight on Kelowna's Gabbie Dochstader, who recently moved here from Ontario. She told guest host Kathryn Marlow that the move influenced her style.

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