A Prince George-based folk band and a Canmore-based singer-songwriter duo have joined forces and will be touring northwest B.C.
As part of their Northern Roadshow tour, William Kuklis, Ellen Braun, Finn Scott-Neff, and Joe Shea, along with special guest Amy Blanding, will be performing on Thurs., Oct. 3 at the Otway Nordic Centre, 7 p.m. start.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door and can be purchased online at trundledmusic.com.
Kuklis, Scott-Neff and Shea make up The Ebbs, based in Prince George, while Shea also makes up half of the duo Trundled, out of Canmore.
The show promises to be an "evening of powerful, persuasive, and entertaining music that will have the audience enthralled at one point and on their feet dancing at another."
Combined, the four have over 60 years of performance experience between them.
"They will combine their artful song-writing and powerful vocal harmonies in various combinations between them, and using a wide range of instruments, create a new and inescapable sound," according to promotional material.
They will also be making stops in Smithers, Terrace and Prince Rupert in the days that follow. For more information, email email@example.com.