Published Jul 08, 2013Adrian Glynn and Steel Audrey are both Vancouver-based folk singer-songwriters, and this month they will join forces to leave their hometown and hit the road in Western Canada.
The pair won't cover too much ground, since all of the shows are in British Columbia and Alberta. That being said, they will play 16 concerts in all, meaning that they'll be hitting up some smaller towns (like Horsefly, BC, and Three Hills, AB) in addition to the major markets.
The outing runs from July 10 to 27. A press release notes, "Shows will consist of two 60-minute sets of original songs by each performer." See the schedule below.
Steel Audrey will be promoting last year's self-titled EP. Adrian Glynn, on the other hand, will be selling the 2011 full-length Bruise. His band the Fugitives have an EP of their own, Bigger than Luck, due out on July 16.
7/10 Wells, BC - Sunset Theatre
7/11 Smithers, BC - Driftwood Hall
7/12 Prince George, BC - Books & Co.
7/13 Horsefly, BC - Arts on the Fly
7/14 Horsefly, BC - Arts on the Fly
7/16 Edmonton, AB - House Show
7/17 Edmonton, AB - The Artery
7/18 Three Hills, AB - Three Hills Arts Academy
7/20 Calgary, AB - The Ship & Anchor (afternoon)
7/20 Calgary, AB - house show (evening)
7/21 Calgary, AB - The Ironwood
7/22 Sherwood Park, AB - Cafe Haven
7/24 Fernie, BC - Infinitea
7/25 Rossland, BC - House Show
7/26 Nelson, BC - Market Fest
7/27 Kelowna, BC - Streaming Cafe