Lisa Nicole will be playing in Castlegar at The Old Theatre on May 24.

Country starlet is home from Nashville










Lisa Nicole, Grand Forks born, Castlegar raised, country singer songwriter, never has a dull moment.

This year, as short as its been, has already proved busy, with a Nashville trip under her belt, along with several nominations and another cross country tour in the works – Nicole shows no signs of slowing down.

On the heels of her return from Nashville, with seven new songs in tow, Nicole spent the majority of her time co-writing, and performing at venues like the historic 12th and Porter and networking with Nashville’s finest.

Nicole is presently writing songs for her next album. Nicole will be playing a show at The Old Theatre, May 24 in Castlegar B.C. For dates on her tour go to www.lisanicolemusic.com/tour.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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