Chilliwack – Last year, Juno Award winner and Rosedale resident Lori Paul created Tie One On, a tongue in cheek way to break out all your bad ties in your drawer, get together for some music and food and raise awareness for homeless pets to give them a fur-ever home.
Lori and her husband Rick Gagne are back at it for the second year.
If you’re a friend or a fan, you may know that Lori rarely performs live nowadays but she is dusting off her wig and pulling out her best songs on Saturday Oct. 8th to support some good people in our community who work tirelessly to help homeless pets.
The Spiderlodge Trio; Rick Genge, Clay Thornton and Lori will be playing their greatest hits along with new songs.
Lori and Rick have invited some of the brightest musical stars in the Valley to play for your entertainment.
Every dollar collected goes to their cause (sponsors are covering basic costs).
Tickets are $30. available at firstname.lastname@example.org.