Bill Durst plays Alberni’s Rainbow Room

London Music Hall of Famer Bill Durst is performing live at the Rainbow Room in Alberni on Aug. 25.

Bill Durst Band visits Alberni.

London Music Hall of Famer Bill Durst will be performing live at the Rainbow Room, 3752 Fourth Ave., on Thursday, Aug. 25 as part of the Great Willy Mammoth CD release tour.

Durst has long been compared to the world’s best guitar player/singer/entertainers, and has written and recorded more than 100 songs on 10 albums including seven charted Canadian radio hits.

Durst has opened for Aerosmith, Rush, Bob Seger, The Yardbirds, Sly and The Family Stone, George Thorogood, Bad Company, Jeff Healey and more. He has toured across North America and Europe.

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