Bill Bourne will be playing at Langham Cultural Centre in Kaslo on May 3 at 8 p.m.

Bill Bourne presents night of folk music in Kalso

Opening for Bill on May 3 is Nelson resident Alan Kirk

Juno award winner Bill Bourne will be playing on May 3 at 8 p.m. at Kaslo’s Langham Cultural Centre.

Known for his electrifying solo performances, Bourne has also participated in some great collaborations with Alan MacLeod, Lester Quitzau, and others. A veteran of the international blues and roots music scene, life on the road is reflected in Bourne’s music — powerful rhythms and soulful songs, steeped in blues, world beat, cajun, celtic latin, funk, poetry and more.

Opening for Bill is Nelson resident Alan Kirk, who has played numerous venues and festivals in BC and beyond, and also performs with local band Lift. Kirk will be joined by Hal Rezansoff on standup bass.

Don’t miss this great evening of live, acoustic music, up close and personal at The Langham. Tickets are $20, and available at Sunnyside Naturals in Kaslo.

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