Ontario singer-songwriter Darrelle London.

Darrelle London delights Burns Lake

Ontario singer-songwriter Darrelle London delighted the Burns Lake audience singing and playing at the Lakes District Secondary School.

Ontario singer-songwriter Darrelle London delighted the Burns Lake audience on Nov. 2 singing and playing at the Lakes District Secondary School.

London delivered an honest performance talking about her life as an artist as well as her unique observations of everyday life.

During intermission, the artist sold her new CD, Eat A Peach. The CD’ws leade single, Fine, is playing on radio stations across the country. London was named Bell Emerging Artist for May 2012 and has made appearances on eTalk, Canada AM and morning shows.

For more entertainment this week, check out the fundraiser night of music featuring Rawk Camp Kids. The event is taking place at the Beacon Theatre on Monday Nov. 10 at 7 p.m., and will support the band Speed Control for having their gear stolen. Admission is by donation.


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