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About The Band

Music is Life!

Named after one of the rarest of gems, Mountain Sapphire has been entertaining audiences in and around Devon since 2015. Blending their voices into pleasing harmonies, Rochelle Sato on keyboard and John Atwood on 6- and 12-string guitar (and most recenly, the ukulele) have assembled a repertoire of more than 300 popular songs, ranging from the 1930's to present day. The duo has performed at various events in the area, including the Summer Games in Leduc, the Relay for Life in Red Deer, the Wetaskiwin Arts Festival, and the Devon Annual Christmas Party. Other appearances include the Carrot Café in Edmonton, Beans Café in Wetaskiwin, Jonathan’s Lounge in Ledu, Newcastle Pub and dinner concerts at the Roadhouse Grill in Devon. In addition to public performances, Mountain Sapphire does about 50 performances a year for Senior’s homes, Care Centres and Hospitals.
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MOUNTAIN SAPPHIRE COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS:

We play a lot of gigs in seniors homes and have a duty to protect the vulnerable.

-

Please

inform

us

immediately

if

you

discover

that

you

have

been

in

contact

with

us

and

have

any

symptoms

or

have

been

in

contact

with

someone

with

symptoms.

We

will

immediately

cancel

our

gigs

and self quarantine.

-

If

you

manage

a

senior’s

residence

and

feel

uncomfortable

continuing

with

an

existing

booking,

call

us and cancel.

-

Up

to

now,

we

have

made

a

point

of

shaking

hands

with

as

many

of

the

audience

members

as

we

can

after

our

performances

-

as

of

now

we

will

no

longer

make

any

direct

physical

contact

with

staff

or

residents.

- if a handshake is offered, we will respond with an elbow bump

- We carry isopropyl alcohol in our kit and will wipe down our equipment after each gig.

-

in

cases

where

there

may

be

shared

microphones

(as

in

the

open

mic),

we

will

spray

the

microphones with isoproply alcohol between acts

- and we will wash our hands frequently and do our best to avoid touching our faces

Stay safe, everyone.

MountainSapphire.ca
© Mountain Sapphire is a division of Mugo Pine Press Ltd

About The Band

Music is Life!

Named after one of the rarest of gems, Mountain Sapphire has been entertaining audiences in and around Devon since 2015. Blending their voices into pleasing harmonies, Rochelle Sato on keyboard and John Atwood on 6- and 12-string guitar (and most recenly, the ukulele) have assembled a repertoire of more than 300 popular songs, ranging from the 1930's to present day. The duo has performed at various events in the area, including the Summer Games in Leduc, the Relay for Life in Red Deer, the Wetaskiwin Arts Festival, and the Devon Annual Christmas Party. Other appearances include the Carrot Café in Edmonton, Beans Café in Wetaskiwin, Jonathan’s Lounge in Ledu, Newcastle Pub and dinner concerts at the Roadhouse Grill in Devon. In addition to public performances, Mountain Sapphire does about 50 performances a year for Senior’s homes, Care Centres and Hospitals.
The Music You Grew Up With
Click here to see our performance schedule =>
Email Us
Facebook
Mountain Sapphire performs “Bad Timing” by Blue Rodeo Perfect description of the times we find ourselves in
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