Phone: (403) 329-7328
ENMAX Centre – 2510 Scenic Drive S, Lethbridge, AB
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Table Holders Only!
Reception starts at 6:00pm
Dinner at 7:00pm
Amanda Marshall starts at 8:30pm
Experience The Friendship
Friday July 14th a Celebration of culture
and friendship between Japan, Canada and Lethbridge will take place.
Dignitaries from Japan and Canada will be in attendance to celebrate this
milestone year for both Canada and for Nikka Yuko. The event will be highlited
with a muical performance by Canadian Pop-Rock singer Amanda Marshall
Amanda Marshall, the much loved Canadian
pop-rock singer, is known for her self-titled debut album from 1995, producing massive Top 40 hits – "Let
It Rain", "Beautiful Goodbye", "Dark Horse", "Fall From Grace", "Sitting on Top of the
World" and "Birmingham". The album remains her most successful
work internationally, receiving accolades from Sir Elton John while being
interviewed on Late Night with David Letterman.
Her follow-up album in 1999,
Tuesday's Child, produced
by Don Was (B-52's, Joe Cocker, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Michael McDonald, Iggy Pop,
Bonnie Raitt, The Rolling Stones), featured collaborations by song writing heavyweights Carole King and Eric Bazilian. It followed in the same vein as her debut,
with a mix of soulful pop
songs and ballads, highlighting her powerful voice. Hits included
"Ride", "Why Don't You Love Me", and “Believe In You”.
In 2001, she released her third album, Everybody's Got A
Story, marking a change in style and sound for Marshall, with a more noticeable
R&B direction. Her singles "Everybody's Got a Story" and
"Sunday Morning After" received major Canadian airplay.
Rarely performing live, Marshall’s classical training
from the Royal Conservatory of Music comes through in her live shows and
commanding voice. Don’t miss the chance to hear your favourite Amanda Marshall