Celebrating the Music of John Prine • March 22 2024
Doors 6:00 | Music 7:00 || Doors 8:45 | Music 9:15
Join Steve Mitchell , Doug Cox, Tom & Kalissa Landa & Mick Sherlock as they dig into their renditions of songs from the John Prine catalogue and celebrate the man who is perhaps Americana Music's most celebrated singer/songwriter. Come share the reverence for the brilliant songs of John Prine
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Join Steve Michell , Doug Cox, Tom and Kalissa Landa and Mick Sherlock as they dig into their renditions of songs from the John Prine catalogue.
A veteran of the fertile White Rock, BC music scene, Steve Mitchell counts among his musical adventures the short-lived but much loved Travels with Charley—also featuring tonight’s Doug Cox—as well as a six-year stint in Tom and Kalissa Landa’s Paperboys. A longtime Nashville songwriter, Mitchell has written charting singles with The Paperboys and with Canadian country artists Maddison Krebs, Chris Henderson, Alex Runions and Manitoba Indigenous artist Desiree Dorion.
Doug Cox is a multi-instrumentalist/Producer who has spent time touring and recording with the likes of England's Long John Baldry, Guitar-Slinger Amos Garrett, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt and Salil Bhatt, Austin's BettySoo & Sam Baker, Nashville's Kim Richey and Linda McRae, Celtic/Roots super trio, Strung with April Verch and Tony McManus, Indigenous Artist Leonard Sumner, and many more.
Tom and Kalissa Landa are mostly known for their stunning work with Canada's legendary roots band the Paperboys as well as their newest group Lorcano and the BC World Music Collaborative.
Mick Sherlock, a latecomer to performing, is a fabulous harmonica player and traditional folk singer and always has a new trick or two up his sleeve to share with his fellow performers and audience members.
One of the things they all have in common is a shared reverence for the brilliant songs of John Prine who had a profound influence on each of them, throughout their musical development.!