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Rod Stewart, Beatles, Elvis, sort of, coming to McPhillips casino this fall

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WYNONNA Judd is back on the road and has rescheduled her cancelled Winnipeg show.

The country music star was forced to cancel a string of dates, including a Winnipeg show on Aug. 21, after her husband lost his left leg in a motorcycle crash on Aug. 18.

Judd has resumed touring with her band the Big Noise and will now play McPhillips Station Casino on Nov. 28. There are still seats available at Ticketmaster on sale now for $77.50 and $90.

McPhillips Station Casino also announced several other shows on Tuesday. All tickets can be purchased at Ticketmaster.

-- Country singers Chad Brownlee and Dallas Smith bring their Boys of Fall tour to town Nov. 13. Tickets are on sale Thursday for $25 and $30 plus fees.

-- Quebec impressionist Andre-Philippe Gagnon, known as the man of 400 voices, will perform The One Man Hit Parade Nov. 14. Tickets are on sale Thursday for $49.75 and $60.25.

-- British Columbia rock vets Chilliwack will be here Nov. 29. Tickets are on sale Friday for $44.50 and $49.75.

-- It's a double shot of headliners as Dave Lafame and Dave Battah offer up their Rod Stewart and Tom Jones Tribute on Dec. 1. Tickets are on sale Friday for $25 and $35 plus fees.

-- On Dec. 6 country singer George Canyon will perform a pseudo variety show filled with stories and classic country favourites in support of his upcoming Classics II album. Tickets are on sale Sept. 13 for $35 and $45 plus fees.

-- Country artist Jason McCoy brings his The Perfect Gift: One Man Interactive Show to town on Dec. 7. Tickets go on sale Sept. 13 for $25 and $30 plus fees.

-- Shake it up baby and get read to twist and shout on Dec. 9 and 10 when California-based tribute act the Fab Four play the best of the Beatles. Tickets go on sale Sept. 13 for $35 and $40 plus fees.

-- Pianist Frank Mills offers up some holiday favourites during his show My Piano and Me: A Music Box Dancer Christmas on Dec. 13. Tickets are on sale Sept. 14 for $35 and $0 plus fees.

-- Elvis Presley impersonator Rory Allen throws his annual two-day holiday party on Dec. 14 and 15 with the Rockin' Elvis Christmas show. Tickets are on sale Sept. 14 for $25 and $35 plus fees.

-- Staff

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 5, 2012 C3

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