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Soundgarden continues its strong start

Counting Time with Soundgarden co-founder Sharon Tomczyk and Hugh Yardley (left). - Brenda Gough Photo
Counting Time with Soundgarden co-founder Sharon Tomczyk and Hugh Yardley (left).
— image credit: Brenda Gough Photo

The Soundgarden, located in a former church annex turned music hall on the Coombs fairground property, celebrated its official opening Saturday, March 10.

Several bands took to the stage for an evening of great music by some talented local musicians.

The new music venue will play host to recording artist Camille Miller on Sunday, March 25 at 7 p.m.

The house concert will provide an excellent opportunity to get up-close and personal with Miller.

Tickets for the evening are $10 and will include a question and answer session with the artist, who is known for her upbeat tunes and smooth vocals.

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