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Katalyst | with Curtis Tulman
Venue: Streaming Cafe
Our November Katalyst group will feature multi instrumentalist and award winning artist Curtis Tulman.
Curtis’ background is that of a career musician with 30 years of experience in touring, recording and producing. Before that he was a fisheries technician. He is a founding member and manager of Alt Country Band ‘The Cruzeros’. He now performs with the band ‘Cowboy Bob’ and can also be seen performing and recording with some other great local musicians in the Kelowna area. Curtis now works as the music director for Willow Park Church in Kelowna BC. Curtis really is a treasure of rich experiences and wisdom gleaned from his varied life and work, this will be a Katalyst gathering that you won’t want to miss.
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