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FOXGLOVE headlines this week's Sharedbenefit Concert

The band covers a wide range of music from indie-folk, classics and originals
Foxglove
FOXGLOVE. Supplied.

The Capitol Centre’s partnership with local musicians continues with FOXGLOVE, a local female acoustic duo, headlining this week’s SHAREDBENEFIT concert.

 They cover their favourite tunes while infusing them with their heavy harmonies, according to their Facebook page.

Stephanie Clarke and Kristy Hunter were at the Capitol Centre last week to record FOXGLOVE’s concert, which premieres on the Capitol Centre’s Facebook page Thursday, July 23 at 7 p.m. 

The online concert is free to enjoy, but viewers are invited to donate to the Capitol Centre with all donations split equally between Foxglove and the Capitol Centre. Viewers may donate to this Sharedbenefit concert online.              

“FOXGLOVE is grateful to be a part of the vibrant arts scene in North Bay and recognizes the importance of the Capitol Centre as an integral part of our community,” said Hunter. Both performers began their musical journey on the Capitol Centre stage in the TOROS production of Barnum in 1994.

The band covers a wide range of music from indie-folk, classics and originals.

FOXGLOVE was born in 2015, and during the last five years, has played various shows throughout Ontario.




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