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Bio: Alberta Born - Singer-Songwriter. Stylings are Folk / Canadiana / Americana along with a little Bluegrass. Released debut CD "Fledgling" on April 8th, 2010. New to the stage, but seemingly at home . Awarded "Best Performance" in the Beaver Tales category of the 2010 Calgary Folk Music Fest... See Full BioMore Info
Six Alberta based Original Alternative Country / Roots / Country Blues / Bluegrass Infused and Folk bands perform a Benefit Concert in Support of the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation. Performers include Conrad Walz, Berna-Dean Holland, Milkwood Dreamers, Carolyn Harley and the Davidsons, Ruth Purves-Smith and the 581 and Ralph Boyd Johnson. AIWC is a non profit Wildlife Conservation organization that rescues and rehabilitates injured, ill and orphaned wildlife and returns them to the wild upon recovery and assessment for survival back in the wild.
Part of Festival Place's Patio Series. The Mad Dog Blues Band will share the bill with Berna-Dean Holland.
"Musicians Gone Wild" will be a Benefit Concert for the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation. Six Musical Acts will be featured including: Berna-Dean Holland With Friends (including Jim McLennan); Ruth Purves-Smith and the 581; Magnolia Buckskin, The Ruminants, Prairie's Edge and Ralph Boyd Johnson
Berna-Dean Holland guest band for Open Mic night.