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Desert Live brings eclectic sounds to Gyro Park
Sometimes the sun shone beautifully. At other times, the audience at Osoyoos’ first Desert Live Music Festival was soaked by rain.
Just as the weather changed from sunny to rain, the eclectic music itself varied greatly in quality. Some performers such as Nelson rocker Shawn Hook and Kelowna electric bluesman Poppa Dawg delivered first-class performances. Others should probably not have been hired.
For the King had to be removed from the stage on Sunday afternoon, with local singer-songwriter Kansas-Lee being called up to fill their spot.