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Fort St. John musician coming to Prince George

Naomi Shore will be bringing songs from her latest album to a show in Prince George on March 23.
Naomi Shore, Fort St. John musician, comes to Omineca Arts Centre for family-friendly show with guest Grace Hoksbergen, a Prince George musician, March 23 at 6:30 p.m.

Fort St. John musician, Naomi Shore, will appear at Omineca Arts Centre, 369 Victoria St., on March 23 at 6:30 p.m. to release her latest album Stability that she categorizes half jokingly as self-help songs.

Shore said she’s overcome a pandemic-fueled identity crisis and broken through her creative insecurities to record and release Stability.

“Most of the lyrics on this album started as little affirmations I was repeating to myself just to get through,” Shore said about the challenging times she’s been through. “I can’t speak for all artists but I know a lot of us really struggled with our sense of purpose and belonging when Covid shut everything down. Songwriting is the way I process my lived experience. It is how I find connection and validation. All I can hope for is that these songs will help someone, anyone, feel seen and understood.”

Naomi Shore will be heading south from Fort St. John on a few small tours this spring and summer. To connect with Shore follow her on all social media platforms @NaomiShoreMusic to see the growing list of tour dates.

Prince George musician Grace Hoksbergen will also perform during this all-ages, family-friendly event.

Tickets are $15 in advance and at the door, children under 12 are free. Tickets are available online.