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Kelowna singer moves up to compete at Merritt music festival

Melissa Livingstone is competing at Road to Rockin’ River

A Kelowna singer will be competing for a spot at the Rockin’ River Country Music Fest.

The third annual Road To Rockin’ Riverfest singing contest wrapped up this past weekend at the OK Corral & Cabarnet.

Talented musicians from around the Okanagan sang their hearts out and Kelowna’s Melissa Livingstone took the highest points.

Related: Country band competes at River Fest

Livingstone will move on to the next round, competing against others from around B.C. in the championship round at the music festival, Aug. 2 in Merritt.

Competitors at the Corral included:

Beamer Wigley, Livingstone, Ryan Pugsley, Teigen Gayse, Mitch and Zak Glanz of the Lost N Found Band and Vernon’s Tyler Wiebe.

Ron Cannon, Kelowna-Lake Country MLA Norm Letnick, The Headpins Lead Singer Kat Lawrence and Kory Garwasiuk judged the competition.


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