Amberley Beatty plays Patsy Cline Wednesday, Nov. 7 at the Ponoka Golf Club. Photo submitted

Patsy Cline plays Ponoka through a Canadian tribute artist

Amberley Beatty’s Patsy Cline tribute will prove to be entertaining at the Ponoka Golf Club

Those with a love for Patsy Cline will be able to hear her music through a Canadian tribute artist.

Amberley Beatty will play the Ponoka Golf Club on the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 7 and the show is expected to be a fun one. Promoted by Merv Buchanan, Beatty’s performance, is one that takes the breath away.

In a press release Buchanan points out that Patsy Cline was well known for her music.

“Her performances on The Grand Ol’ Opry were popular with millions in the U.S.A. and Canada. And her records reached the top of the country and pop charts and remain popular today, despite her untimely death in a 1963 plane crash,” states Buchanan.

It’s Beatty who is able to Patsy Cline’s music to life. “…it’s her fresh, new take on Patsy Cline’s concert performances that has both fans and critics talking.”

“A multi-talented entertainer, she is an accomplished singer, songwriter, recording artist and actress,” says Buchanan of Beatty’s skills.

Beatty brings her Real Patsy show to The Ponoka Golf Club. More information is available by calling club manager Rob MacPherson at (403) 783-4626.

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