Episode 26 with DJ Lady of the Mist

DJ Lady of the Mist, aka my friend and occasional musical partner Misty Rose. I’ve known Misty for about 7 or 8 years now and together we form the guitar and flute duet called Pairing Notes. Sadly, it took a long time for us to come up with that name. (For some reason, she didn’t like Flutar, which was one of my suggestions – don’t know why. Weird.) Anyways, Misty and I talk about all kinds of cool things including the disturbing lack of night life in the Okanagan and what wineries can do to help bring it back. She absolutely dazzled the crowd at a winery event last summer and got a lot of people talking because along with spinning tracks, she plays ridiculous flute riffs over top which makes for an amazing performance that you really have to see for yourself.

Catch Misty’s stream on Twitch.

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Author: Luke W

Luke Whittall has worked in cellars, vineyards, and wine shops since 2005. He has authored or co-authored 3 books on wine and is currently a wine instructor at Okanagan College. His most recent book, The Sipster’s Pocket Guide to 50 Must-Try BC Wines (Touchwood Editions 2021) marks a new direction in wine writing and features some of the most amazing wines ever produced in British Columbia. His first book, Valleys of Wine: A Taste of British Columbia’s Wine History was published in 2019 and he co-authored the 6th edition of The Okanagan Wine Tour Guide with John Schreiner in 2020.

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