Freedom to rock in Char’s

The Lion The Bear The Fox ‘The FREEDOM TOUR, 2014’ will be at Char’s Landing on Argyle Street.

Freedom is coming to Port Alberni on Feb. 28.

The Lion The Bear The Fox ‘The FREEDOM TOUR, 2014’ will be at Char’s Landing on Argyle Street.

The roots/rock/Canadiana 2013 Top 20 Peak Performance Finalists are Christopher Arruda and Cory Woodward of Vancouver and Ryan McMahon of Ladysmith. The trio sing an honest roots/rock/Canadiana-style songs.

Stripping their music down and focusing on three united voices, the group has created a gripping, dynamic songs while capturing a sincerity rarely heard this side of the 2000’s.

With over three decades combined experience, the group is currently in production for their debut EP ‘We’d Be Good Men’ which is to be released on Oct. 1

The band and its fans will be looking for freedom around many corners across B.C. and Alberta this winter during the Freedom Tour from Feb. 27 to March 8.

The groups is excited to bring their energetic brand of “stomp rock” to to Char’s Landing.

Advance $15 Seniors $12 at Gayle’s Fashions & Rollin Arts (cash/cheque) out-of-towners email info@charslanding.com

Doors open 7 p.m.  Drop-ins add $3  FMI (250) 730-1636 Char’s Landing on Argyle Street.

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