Slo’ Tom brings country to Char’s

This Friday, Aug. 5, however, Canadian songwriter Slo’ Tom returns to Char’s Landing for a casual night of country music.

Slo Tom brings easy country to Char’s.

You might know him by his other persona, FurnaceFace.

This Friday, Aug. 5, however, Canadian songwriter Slo’ Tom returns to Char’s Landing for a casual night of country music.

Slo’ Tom is one-third of alt-rock legends FurnaceFace. He has also spent the last decade perfecting his rollicking country outfit, Slo’ Tom and the Handsome Devils.

Slo’ Tom is in Port Alberni visiting family and decided to stop in at Char’s for an evening of music.

Admission is by donation. Doors to the lounge open at 5:30 p.m., music starts at 8 p.m.

Also playing Char’s Landing this week is Emily Chambers on Thursday, Aug. 4. Hear her powerhouse R&B vocals as she releases her new EP. Tickets are $10 in advance.

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