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Trio to perform at Naramata winery

Edmonton folk trio to perform in Naramata at Lake Breeze Vineyard and Hester Creek Estate Winery in Oliver this weekend.



Edmonton-based husband and wife duo Peter Stone and Denise MacKay, plus multi-instrumentalist Scott Zubot, will share their unique brand of original transatlantic folk at Lake Breeze Vineyard on July 7.

The trio is promoting the release of their latest release Wait With Me, which is their third full-length album. It is packed with lyrically driven roots tunes and the beautiful harmonies, rich arrangements and captivating lyrics that make their sound distinctive. The haunting and highly personal song collection is the follow-up to Hollow Ponds, their award-winning 2011 release. The band won the Edmonton Music Award for Folk/Roots Album of the Year in 2012, was nominated for a 2012 Western Canadian Music Award for Roots Duo/Group Recording of the Year and their track Better, Still won the Calgary Folk Festival songwriting contest grand prize.

They are performing at Lake Breeze Vineyards in Naramata at 1 p.m. on Sunday and Hester Creek Estate Winery in Oliver at 1 p.m. on Saturday. Admission is free on both of those dates.

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