Belle Plaine and the Vultures are coming to Penticton on Nov. 20. Tickets for the show at the Dream Cafe are available now. (Facebook)

Award-winning artist Belle Plaine coming to the Dream Cafe

Belle Plaine and the Vultures have multiple shows next week in the Okanagan starting in Penticton.

Saskatchewan-born artist Belle Plaine is coming to Penticton, and she’s bringing her backing Vultures with hertz the Dream Café.

After Penticton on Nov. 20, Plaine and her Vultures head north to shows in Kelowna and Vernon, before heading down to the Coast. She’ll be back in the Okanagan on Nov. 26 for a show in Oliver.

Plaine combines her classical training with blues and country sounds for her musical style. She’s joined on her latest tour by Steve Leidal on drums, Bryce Lewis on guitar and her husband, Blake Berglund, on the bass.

Belle’s 2018 record, Malice, Mercy, Grief and Wrath, won Album of the Year at the 2018 Saskatchewan Music Awards, and she was nominated for Roots Artist of the Year at the 2019 Western Canadian Music Awards.

Tickets are available in person at the Dream Café or online.

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