Myra Morrison and the Tappalachian String Band are one of two feature acts that will be playing at the third annual Coffee House Extravaganza Hootenanny this Saturday

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Myra Morrison & the Tappalachian String Band, and the Metro Gnomes headline third annual Revelstoke Coffee House Hootenanny

Myra Morrison and the Tappalachian String Band are one of two feature acts that will be playing at the third annual Coffee House Extravaganza Hootenanny this Saturday, Dec. 27, at the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre. Morrison is an old-time fiddler from Nashville, Ohio, while the Tappalachian String Band consists of Revelstoke’s Denis Severino on banjo, and Tappen’s Joan Robertson on stand-up bass and Robbie Milne on guitar. The other feature act is the Metro Gnomes, a folk-jazz trio consisting of guitar virtuoso Jacob Verburg, Stephanie Clifford and James Clark. Opening the show will be a collection of talented local performers. Tickets for the show are $15, available in advance at Valhalla Pure or at the door.

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