Beth Marie Anderson concert Aug. 25

QUALICUM BEACH — Beth Marie Anderson is having a country concert in her backyard on Saturday, Aug. 25.

QUALICUM BEACH — Beth Marie Anderson is having a country concert in her backyard on Saturday, Aug. 25.

The local country singer has been back and forth to Nashville, recording and performing over the years, and the concert this weekend will include one of her co-writers and musician from Nashville, Bill Diluigi. Tickets are $15 and the address is 1341 Lundine Lane in Qualicum Beach.

Anderson has also started a campaign to raise funds for her second album, check it out at www.indiegogo.com/bethmariemusic.

For more on the country concert this weekend, check out The News’ Friday edition or visit www.bethanderson.ca.

QUALICUM BEACH — Beth Marie Anderson is having a country concert in her backyard on Saturday, Aug. 25.

The local country singer has been back and forth to Nashville, recording and performing over the years, and the concert this weekend will include one of her co-writers and musician from Nashville, Bill Diluigi. Tickets are $15 and the address is 1341 Lundine Lane in Qualicum Beach.

Anderson has also started a campaign to raise funds for her second album, check it out at www.indiegogo.com/bethmariemusic.

For more on the country concert this weekend, check out The News’ Friday edition or visit www.bethanderson.ca.

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