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Terra Lightfoot, Lindi Ortega, Begonia Team For Charities’ Tour

Canadian musicians Terra Lightfoot, Lindi Ortega and Begonia are teaming up for an Ontario tour in February that will benefit multiple organizations.

Terra Lightfoot, Lindi Ortega, Begonia Team For Charities’ Tour

By Aaron Brophy

Canadian musicians Terra Lightfoot, Lindi Ortega and Begonia are teaming up for an Ontario tour in February that will benefit multiple organizations.


Titled the Longest Road Show, the tour will hit Kitchener, Ottawa, Hamilton, London and Toronto between Feb. 5 and Feb. 9. Proceeds from the tour will support Women in Music Canada, MusiCounts, YWCA Canada, and Girls Rock Camp.

Lightfoot, who organized the tour, said the idea for it came to her as a vision.

"About a year ago, I had a vision," Lightfoot writes on her site. "I wanted to put together a yearly tour that would feature artists I love backed up by a house band of players that I have always wanted to see in a band together. A few months ago, that dream became a reality – continue reading Aaron Brophy’s feature about the team and the tour on the SamaritanMag website.

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