Ryan McMahon of Lion Bear Fox makes a solo journey to Port Alberni this Thursday, Dec. 7 at Char’s Landing. LITTLE BEAR PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTO

Ryan McMahon flies solo at Char’s Landing

Lion Bear Fox member a popular performer in Port Alberni

Ryan McMahon of Lion Bear Fox is making a solo appearance at Char’s Landing this Thursday, Dec. 7 from 7–9 p.m.

McMahon has “always been a genre fence sitter, hanging out on the edges of country just enough to say he isn’t; Ryan is a bit of a whisper and a scream,” says producer Andre Wahl.

Canadian TV/ radio legend Terry David Mulligan summed it up by saying McMahon is the “complete package”: singer, songwriter and performer.

On Sept. 8, McMahon released a home-recorded EP titled “Song Shelter Recordings,” created entirely at his home studio in Ladysmith. Listeners at Char’s Landing are sure to hear some of his new material as well as old.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door and available at Char’s Landing, 4815 Argyle St. or by calling 778-421-2427.

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