Wesley to play in Alberni

B.C. native Daniel Wesley joins Matthew Good on Saturday at the Alberni District Secondary School Auditorium.

Daniel Wesley opens for Matthew Good at the ADSS Auditorium on Saturday

B.C. native Daniel Wesley joins Matthew Good this Saturday, Nov. 26 at the Alberni District Secondary School Auditorium. The Port Alberni stop is one of 37 dates the singers have on a cross-Canada tour that began Oct. 9 in Ontario.

The tour culminates with two homecoming shows in Vancouver at the Vogue Theatre on Dec. 2 and 3.

Earlier this year Wesley completed a successful three-province tour of Canada with KO and Rebel Emergency.

Wesley will be hitting the road in support of his fifth studio album, Easy Livin’  (released July via 604 Records/Universal Music).

Wesley first broke out on the music scene when his song Ooo Ohh became the most requested song of 2007 at 99.3 The Fox in Vancouver. The infectious rock-reggae single from Sing and Dance in 2007, raised the bar of his career and found Wesley playing to sold-out crowds throughout western Canada, including shows in Tofino and The Big Time Out in Cumberland in 2008.

Tickets are available at Echo Centre and Somass Drugs. Proceeds from the concert will go to the Rebuild Weaver Park fund.

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