Chilliwack – It’s taken Lori Paul and Spiderlodge, three long years to bring their new album to light.

Now comes the great unveil.

On Saturday, May 11th at the Royal Hotel, Lori and her band will be performing songs from their 4th album “Palomino”.

Tickets are $20. and include a copy of the new CD. Tickets go on sale April 27th at The Royal Hotel. $10. from each ticket sold will go to Community Animal Projects to help homeless pets.

In honour of this fabulous new album, chillTV is proud to release a 4 part series on the making of the album, Palomino. chillTV: your TV, your way! Website info is here.

Lori Paul began performing in choirs as a kid but couldn’t stand singing all those boring alto parts so she became a lead-singing, ham-boning, show-boater who married the best musician she ever met so that she’d always have great accompaniment. She enjoys lemon sorbet and but chews the mint leaf with a certain ambivalence. 

Lori likes to say she studied in Paris at the Sorbonne but this is pure shite. Clearly, you can’t believe a single word she says. 

The true facts are: Lori Paul is a Canadian singer/songwriter and recording artist whose 40 year career highlights include opening for B.B.King and Tower of Power at Expo 86 and being nominated Female Vocalist of the Year by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) that same year. She brags about this constantly and it gets on your nerves after awhile.

Her seventh album “Palomino” drops on May 11th at The Royal Hotel where the trio will play a set of songs from the new album with special guest Brian Lowen’s Kid.  Songs from her previous albums are available on iTunes and at CDBaby.  

Lori Paul and her multi-instrumentalist husband Rick Genge provide inspiring vocal coaching and guitar instruction, as well as recording opportunities for the next generation of musicians, out of their home studio in beautiful Chilliwack.

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  1. Hello
    I have often heard your name as I live in Ryder Lake and people talk about you – in a very positive way. I attended Pat Fullers memorial the other day and heard you sing and now I understand folks around here say nice things about you. I was too busy in the kitchen to stop to talk to you but one day I will. I was so impressed by the community effort to say goodbye to a lovely lady that I did not know very well but others helped me understand that she lived to be a great friend. I hope to hear you and Spider Lodge one day soon and I will make a big effort to say hello to you.

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