The Metro-Gnomes deliver powerful performance

The Metro-Gnomes headlined the Jan. 24 Revelstoke Coffee House, delivering a great performance, including this powerful song written by performer Stephanie Clifford.

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The amazing Stephanie Clifford, Jacob Verburg and James Clark are a trio from Tappen, B.C. that play folk, gypsy folk, and jazz infused folk. They headlined the Jan. 24 Revelstoke Coffee House, delivering a great performance.

Stephanie and Jacob are former Revelstoke residents and coffee house regulars. They left for Vancouver Island over a year ago, and have recently settled closer to home in Tappen. We’re better off for having them close to home!

In the YouTube video above, Stephanie delivers a powerful performance of a song she wrote about the tragic passing of young friends when she lived here in Revelstoke.

Mac and Dan played two songs together. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer
Mac and Dan played two songs together. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer

The open mic evening included several performances.

The Metro-Gnomes are Jacob Verburg (left), Stephanie Clifford (centre) and James Clark (at back on bass). They play folk, jazz and gypsy folk. Here, they perform at the Jan. 24 Revelstoke Coffee House and are joined by Denis Severino (right). Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer
The Metro-Gnomes are Jacob Verburg (left), Stephanie Clifford (centre) and James Clark (at back on bass). They play folk, jazz and gypsy folk. Here, they perform at the Jan. 24 Revelstoke Coffee House and are joined by Denis Severino (right). Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer
George Gertzen’s deep bass voice had the audience calling out for some Johnny Cash. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer
George Gertzen’s deep bass voice had the audience calling out for some Johnny Cash. Photo: Aaron Orlando/Revelstoke Mountaineer