Former resident to sing at several venues
A former northeast Kansas resident will appear at several venues this week.
Kathleen Lague, a graduate of Tonganoxie High School who is a solo rock/pop artist, will appear in Lawrence, Baldwin and Kansas City, Mo. Lague now lives in Los Angeles.
Her first appearance will be at 9 p.m. Thursday at the Jazzhaus, at 926 1/2 Massachusetts in Lawrence. Lague's performance will be taped for later broadcast on "Fusion," a show that airs on Sunflower Cable Channel 6. A cover will be charged.
On Saturday afternoon, Lague returns to her alma mater, Baker University in Baldwin, to sing the national anthem at the Wildcats' homecoming game. And Saturday night, Lague will sing a free concert at the Wildcat Cafn the Baker University campus.
Lague will hit the airwaves from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday as she gives a live on-air performance on the Coffeehouse Radio Show on KKFI 90.1 FM radio station. The show is hosted by Jeannie Donavan.
Lague's final performance in the area will be at 8 p.m. Sunday at the Cup and Saucer on Delaware Street, 412 Delaware, Kansas City, Mo. No cover will be charged for the show.
LaGue's brother, Peter LaGue, will play guitar and sing at her shows. He teaches art at Tonganoxie High School.
Kathleen LaGue was born in Overland Park and later moved to Tonganoxie, where she attended high school. In 1986, she moved to New York, where she was a model, and performed musically and acted in commercials.
Later, she moved to Nashville, Tenn., where she lived for five years. During her stay in Nashville, LaGue wrote and produced her first compact disc. Recently, LaGue moved to Los Angeles, where she has appeared in a PAX TV movie and starred in a national Nicoderm CQ commercial.
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