Chemainus Opry turning golf club grass blue

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Last April the Chemainus Opry played to a full house at the Mount Brenton Golf Club.

On Nov. 24 it's be back, featuring Bluegrass Fever and Corner Grass.

Bluegrass Fever include Virginia mandolinist Jeff Ellis, son of five-time world champion mandolin player Ricky Ellis. Banjo player Barrie Hemmings, Guy Langlois on upright bass and Bob Johns on guitar complete the roster.

Corner Grass band features guitarist and fiddler Clarence Boudreau, upright bassist and singer Luann Burton, and fiddler is Jim Sadlish.

"The show will include plenty of great music from this talented collection of musicians, along with the usual humour and entertainment featured at these concerts," event spokesperson Johns said.

Tickets are $12 at the clubhouse. The show starts at 7 p.m. Call 250-246-1389 for information.

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