Sound man Ronnie Nociar adjusts a microphone before performers launch into a set.

IN PHOTOS: Music night in Midway

Local musicians rocked the community hall on March 6

Local musicians drew a packed house at the Midway Community Hall on Friday, March 6, for the 2020 Midway Music Night hosted by the local community association.

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Pictured, performer Norm Ohlhausen rocks out to “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting” by Elton John while microphones get adjusted.

Lesley Warren, Norm Ohlhausen and Norma Jean Boisvert performed a set that included a Midway-styled version of John Denver’s “Country Roads,” which included lyrics such as “Older than the mountains/older than my knees,” and “Musty scent of Mary J brings tears to my eyes.”

“Harmonica Herb” Stumpf shares his harmonica skills with the crowd.

Bruce Baker tells the story of Greenwood Slick, a Greenwood gambler who tried his luck in Penticton. He went there in the fanciest carriage, but came back broke in a boxcar.

Dean Herdman and Denise Herdman take some modern pop songs for an acoustic spin.

Osoyoos band Double Stop Creek came over the hill to play on Friday night.

Donna Boltz prepares to sing an original song into her drum.

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