Fast fingers and baritone sax

High Society

Fast fingers and baritone sax, not to mention some dynamite vocals, made for some great music at the North Arm Pub Dec. 8.

While a head cold kept my stay at the event short, the fantastic four-piece High Society from Vancouver meant it was still hard to leave.

The group performs together brilliantly, completely in sync, and the soulful vocals of both female vocalist  Chelsea Johnson and keyboard player and vocalist  Adam Farnsworth seem to come from a place deep within.

While the crowd was relatively small for the event, the energy was high and the dance floor was full for a lot of it. The group  was the second act brought in by MoM in partnership with the pub, and is not going to be the last, with another group coming in January.

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