Clayton Middleton

Ellison’s Unplugged Sessions to feature Selkirk students

Ellison's Cafe Acoustic Unplugged Sessions presents Brian Kalbfleisch, a Nelson-based musician and artist.

On Saturday, November 9 from 1 to 3 p.m., Ellison’s Cafe Acoustic Unplugged Sessions presents Brian Kalbfleisch, a Nelson-based musician and artist.

He is often found perched out front of John Ward Fine Coffee with his ukulele in warmer months and frequents brunch at the Vienna Cafe. For his Ellison’s engagement, Brian Kalbfleisch will entertain on piano and ukulele, singing several original tunes and draw from a selection of classics ranging from Hank Williams to Pink Floyd.

He will be followed by Clayton Middleton (voice, guitar) from Peterborough and Colin Weeks (voice, guitar) from North Vancouver, who are both singer-songwriters who attend the Selkirk music program. Middleton is a vocal major and Weeks is a guitar major, they just met two months ago and list their influences as blues, folk, and rock. They both have plans to tour, and share their music with whoever is willing to listen.

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