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Barney Bentall and band return to Dream Café

Barney Bentall will performing at the Dream Café on Nov. 10 in Penticton. - Submitted Photo
Barney Bentall will performing at the Dream Café on Nov. 10 in Penticton.
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With a stable of hits behind him, Barney Bentall and his band will be playing at the Dream Café this Saturday.

During the 1990s, Bentall’s music was regularly heard on the radio with hits Something To Live For, Come Back to Me and Life Could Be Worse. He has two platinum and four gold CDs, a Juno Award and a string of top 10 singles to his credit.

The musician, who has operated a cattle ranch in B.C. since 2000, last released an album in 2009 titled Inside Passage. It was his seventh studio album.

This time around to the Dream Café, Bentall will be travelling with Eric Reed (multi-instrumentalist), Rob Becker (bass) and Geoff Hicks (drums). Both Becker and Hicks are featured on Inside Passage.

Tickets for the Nov. 10 show are $24. Showtime is at 8 p.m. and doors open at 6 p.m. To make reservations call 250-490-9012.

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