Abbotsford singer-songwriter Cambree Lovesy sings during the CN Grey Cup Parade on Saturday in Edmonton.

Abbotsford singer to perform at CN Grey Cup Parade

Cambree Lovesy invited to take part in Edmonton festivities

An Abbotsford country singer-songwriter will sing her way through the CN Grey Cup Parade tomorrow (Saturday) in Edmonton.

Cambree Lovesy, 19, who was born and raised in Abbotsford, has been performing on local stages since the age of 11. She just released her first album, Kiss My Boots, on Nov. 9.

The album caught the attention of the organizers of the Grey Cup Parade, and they invited her to come to Edmonton for some pre-game performances.

This includes singing her way through the parade, which will be televised by Global Edmonton.

The parade starts at 10:30 a.m. PST.

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