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Charley Pride plays the Centrium June 19th



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  • Westerner Park

    April 10, 2019

    Fans throughout Alberta were ecstatic to learn that CHARLEY PRIDE – one of the biggest country music stars of all time – will return to Red Deer for a one night performance on June 19th in The Centrium at Westerner Park.

    Country legend Charley Pride

    CHARLEY PRIDE, who first appeared in Canada in 1968, has always has warm feelings about his performances here, stating that Canadian country music fans are some of the greatest most loyal fans in the world. Having recently returned from a whirlwind performance tour in Australia and New Zealand, “The Pride of Country Music” is still celebrating his 25th year as a member of Nashville’s world famous Grand Ole Opry.

    CHARLEY PRIDE, who recently turned 85 is singing better than ever, and his 2019 show which also features his renowned band “The Pridesmen” will take fans on a real “trip down memory lane” as he focuses on the songs that have made him an iconic legend in Country Music.

    Still making his home in Dallas Texas, Charley knows what it takes to please his audience and is often greeted with a standing ovation before the first song is finished. There is nothing outdated about his music as he continues to feature many of his thirty six “Number One Hits” in every show, always leaving fans satisfied with such songs as “Kiss An Angel Good Morning”, “Crystal Chandeliers”, “All I Have To Offer You Is Me”, “I’m So Afraid of Losing You Again”, and “Is Anybody Goin’ To San Antone”.

    In addition to bringing forth some of the most legendary songs in country music his most recent CD… “Music In My Heart”… is “possibly the best CD he has ever released”. In this most recent project Pride clearly shows he is not afraid to record traditional sounding songs that he knows his long-time fans expect and will enjoy.

    CHARLEY PRIDE in Red Deer in 2019. The magic continues!

    WHEN: Wednesday, June 19, 2019 – 7 pm
    WHERE: The CENTRIUM at Westerner Park – RED DEER

    Available at the Tickets Alberta Box Office at Westerner Park
    Call 1-866-340-4450 or Available online at:

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    Crime Beat Podcast – Kelly Cook: The Back-up Babysitter Part 1



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  • On this episode of Crime Beat, crime reporter Nancy Hixt tells the story of Kelly Cook, a young girl who was abducted from Standard, Alta., 38 years ago.

    Investigators said it was obvious someone had gone through a lot of work to make sure Kelly would never be found, but a drought in the area had lowered the water level and revealed her weighed-down body.The case turned into a homicide investigation and the manhunt for a killer began.

    Join Nancy Hixt as she takes you through the abduction and murder of Kelly Cook: what leads investigators have looked at and why it’s become a cold case.

    If you enjoy Crime Beat, please take a minute to rate it on Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts, tell us what you think and share the show with your friends.


    Twitter: @nancyhixt



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    Celebrity Dance Off

    Travolta and Newton-John wrap up the Celebrity Dance Off



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  • Trevor Sopracolle went from watching the Celebrity Dance Off last year, to being front and centre this year!  Trevor was the first “Oil Man” in the Celebrity Dance Off.  Hopefully the first of many.  He’s also one of the toughest looking Travolta’s you’ll ever see.  Trevor and his pro partner Alex McPherson wrapped up the show with a brilliant choice of music from Grease.  “Olivia” was amazing.. and “John” turned the world upside down.  See for yourself. .. 

    My Story…

    I was born in Goodsoil, Saskatchewan and moved to Alberta when I was in grade 3 and spent most of my youth in Consort.

    I lost my Dad to cancer when I was in high school and so I grew up fast. At 17 I secured a loan for a 2-bedroom house with a dirt floor basement. To make ends meet, I worked as a tire technician at the local tire shop while attending high school. One of the only benefits of owning your own place in high school is having the coolest parties after the high school dances!

    I moved to Red Deer in 1999 at the age of 19 and began working at Fountain Tire. Not long later a local snubbing company hired me. Over a 10-year period I worked my way up becoming a senior supervisor overseeing most of the higher-class pressure jobs and many overseas projects. In 2008, Garrett Radchenko and I started Goliath Snubbing Ltd., and we haven’t looked back.

    I have also been blessed with the best kids a Dad could ask for. Being a single Dad with three kids under 8 definitely keeps me busy.

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