Perogies and Jam were pleased to have young local Audrey Stefan perform at the Sunshine Club on Saturday, February 18. There were over 60 in attendance when MC Don Harfield opened the evening event at 6:50 pm.
The “Open Mic” session began with Lorne Fill on vocals and acoustic guitar accompanied by Rob Hughes on the cajon drum. Lorne performed several songs including Tango on the Street, the Train Station Stomp, and concluded with Alexander Beetle. Tyler Moser on acoustic guitar sang two cover songs of Wonder Wall and House of the Rising Sun. The Red Front Chives consisting of Christof Jeah on electric guitar and Denver Balid on drums sang two contemporary Christian songs entitled God’s Not Dead and Good Fight.
Nick Chrapko, Sunshine Club President made a short presentation inviting musicians to the upcoming Vegreville’s Got Talent on Thursday evening, March 23 at the Vegreville Social Centre sponsored by the VegMin Learning Society.
Our featured performer this evening was Audrey Stefan on keyboard accompanied by Tyler Moser on acoustic guitar. Audrey lives in Vegreville and in the process of recording her first CD with a producer in California. She has performed at many Perogies and Jam events over the past few years. She performed several soft rock songs starting with You’re Gonna Go Far Kid, Hello and Dreams. These were followed by an original song Liar Liar, Shakey and Rhiannon. Audrey concluded her eleven song set with a cover of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah and I’m A Mess.
Concluding the evening, Lorne Fill and Rob Hughes performed a few songs including My Old Man and a Ukrainian song entitled Maiden, Maiden.
Perogies and Jam appreciates our volunteers and this evening they included Carol Larrivee at the door, Rob Hughes as photographer, Randy Kereliuk on the sound system and Liam Bonser on set up, cash, and photography. Sunshine Club chef Dwayne Hlady provided an expanded menu for this event including chicken Caesar salad and brown sugar baked bacon.
Check out the photos below for great memories of another fun music evening.
Photography by Liam Bonser, Don Harfield, Rob Hughes