Anderson brings Christmas to Char’s

Country and jazz recording artist Beth Marie Anderson returns to Char’s Landing on Saturday, Dec. 19.

Beth Marie Anderson has cut three albums in Nashville and several of her songs have been recorded by other artists. She comes to Char’s Landing for a Christmas concert on Saturday

Country and jazz recording artist Beth Marie Anderson returns to Char’s Landing on Saturday, Dec. 19, this time with her Island Christmas Concert tour.

This year has been a whirlwind full of opportunity for this young singer-songwriter from Vancouver Island. Anderson’s song Sunday Shoes was the lead radio single for Canadian artist, Alessia Cohle, Anderson received FACTOR funding to record music in the spring, and was again selected as an Emerging Artist at the CMA Fan Fair in Nashville this past June.

Anderson had a busy summer showcasing at the SML Songwriting Festival in Virginia, recording and releasing her third studio album in Nashville, and writing songs for her upcoming Christmas Album, set to release in Winter 2016.

Her latest adventure is her 16 date Christmas Tour of Vancouver Island alongside the release of her radio Christmas Single, The First Noel.

Anderson will be joined by Darcy Phillips, a pianist, composer, and producer located in Victoria.

Tickets to hear Anderson and Phillips are $15 ($13 in advance) and are available at Char’s Landing and Finishing Touches or call (778) 421-2427 to purchase via credit card.

Char’s Landing is located at 4815 Argyle St. at Fifth Avenue in the white church building.

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