Redgirl brings earcandy to Arts Station

This girl has a voice that keeps your ear drawn in. It’s clear and controlled. It carries beautiful catchy melodies that engage your minutes with a smile. Her name is Anie Hepher. She is the talented lead vocalist for the Cranbrook based musical quartet known as Redgirl.

Redgirl

This girl has a voice that keeps your ear drawn in. It’s clear and controlled. It carries beautiful catchy melodies that engage your minutes with a smile. Her name is Anie Hepher. She is the talented lead vocalist for the Cranbrook based musical quartet known as Redgirl.

Redgirl is a rootsy, four-piece band that double dips in organic folk with milky-mild rock rhythms. The music is built around the clear and fearless vocals of Anie Hepher. Her evocative voice is as approachable as it is confident. Michael Hepher (Anie’s husband) on lead guitar and backing vocals, brings a sauciness of sound that adds flavour, depth and kick to the songs and stories of the band.

Bringing it all home are the steady, ready bass notes of Steve Jones (bass & backing vocals) and inventive and attentive rhythms of Sven Heyde (drums & percussion). This fresh and genuine quartet is coming to the Stage at the Art Station this week in Fernie. If you like to indulge in some sweet ear candy, you won’t want to miss out on this fantastically tasty act.

 

Redgirl is presented by the Fernie Arts Station this Friday, October 14 at 8 p.m.

 

 

By Colin Lock

Contributor

 

 

 

Just Posted

VIDEO: Explorers uncover Canada’s deepest cave in Fernie

The cave, named Bisaro Anima, was confirmed to have broken the record on New Year’s Day

New Glade ferry enters testing phase

The Glade II will be able to carry heavier loads and will emit less greenhouse gases.

Freezing rain warning in effect for B.C. Southern Interior

Environment Canada issued the freezing rain warning for most of the Southern Interior Tuesday morning

Rumble In The Rockies brings live boxing back to Fernie

Local boxer, Dylan Mitchell takes first career win at home

Smiles all around as province announces emergency ward funding

$2.1 million to go to much-needed upgrades

Solitary-confinement veto a chance to address mental health: advocate

B.C. Supreme Court made the landmark ruling Wednesday

Winter storm coming to B.C. this weekend

The bets are on as to how much snow the province will actually get in the coming days

B.C. civil rights group files complaint about RCMP arrest of man who later died

Dale Culver, a 35-year-old Indigenous man was arrested in Prince George last July

Lawyer says former B.C. government aide ‘barely guilty’ in ethnic vote scandal

Brian Bonney pleaded guilty to a breach of trust charge

Quite a few tears as homemade quilts distributed to residents of Ashcroft Reserve, Boston Flats affected by last summer’s fire

Quilters in B.C. and Alberta worked through the summer and fall to create more than 100 quilts.

Island Health: No need for alarm in wake of Victoria needle-prick incidents

Three incidents in a week prompts meeting between health authority, city service providers

B.C. coast loggers celebrate history, hope for improvement

Truck Loggers Association awaits B.C. NDP government’s new direction

Global Affairs aware of report of two Canadians kidnapped in Nigeria

The foreigners were heading south from Kafanchan to Abuja when they were ambushed around Kagarko

Whistler role in potential Calgary Olympic bid would be welcome: IOC

Calgary is mulling whether to vie for the 2026 Games, and could look to facilities in B.C.

Most Read