LeRae Haynes photo Brent Morton and Josh Gutzer performed on the second stage at Performances in the Park on Thursday

LeRae Haynes photo Brent Morton and Josh Gutzer performed on the second stage at Performances in the Park on Thursday

Williams Lake’s Got Talent Thursday in the park

Williams Lake’s Got Talent is featured at Performances in the Park tonight, July 25 introducing several young singers.

Angela Sommer

Special to the Tribune

Williams Lake’s Got Talent is featured at Performances in the Park tonight, July 25 introducing several young singers.

Ryanne Perret Jones, age 11, Deidre Everard, 17, Mackenzie Howse, 16, and Tabetha Campbell, 18, will sing and play hauntingly beautiful folk, jazz, country, musical theatre and pop melodies starting at 6 p.m.

Ryanne Perret Jones recently moved in June from Merritt to Williams Lake. She has been singing for the last two years at varied venues and talent competitions.

Mackenzie Howse has been living in the Williams Lake area her entire life.  She has been singing as long as she can remember.

She enjoys listening to all kinds of music but love Jazz best.  She has recently competed in the Cariboo Music Festival and has received Gold standings in Jazz and Contemporary Folk.

Tabitha Campbell has been playing piano with Angela Sommer for about eight years. She says it’s been an enriching journey that will never be forgotten.

Deidre Everard, a grade 12 students at Maranatha Christian School, fell in love with jazz at the age of 12 singing numbers like the Very Thought of You and Summertime.

She competes regularly at the Cariboo Music Festival and has had fun singing and acting in several Musical Theatre Productions

The foot-stomping country gospel tunes of New Journey will get you moving in the second act at 7 p.m.