Leeroy brought us the story behind this Fort Macleod-based festival, which began as a camping weekend for folk clubs back in 1987. More than three decades later, South Country Fair continues to expand horizons with an annual three-day event focused on delivering a diversity of music, spoken word and performance art.
Leeroy will spoke with Lethbridge-based honky tonk & country noir musician Shaela Miller. She shared with us her SCF experience of inspiring the next generation of female artists through the SCF Kids Rock Camp program:
For more information on past festival take-overs, such as the Weayaya solar-powered music festival and the Edmonton International Jazz Festival, visit our Festival Radio page.