Wednesday, April 20, 2016
A Story to Tell
Drummond back at Harrison for one show only April 30
Bryan Cutler, Harrison Festival Society
he Harrison Festival Society will be presenting rising BC singer songwriter and roots rocker Greg Drummond with his five piece band in Harrison’s Memorial Hall on Saturday April 30, 2016.
Greg Drummond’s musical style shows the
influence of traditional Appalachian folk music with a modern southern rock
transformation. Known for his deep, distinguishable voice and a style of
songwriting that combines fun, infectious melodies with stories of a
slightly darker tone, Greg Drummond writes songs that tell stories of
struggle, adventure, and the crazy experiences of life. He tackles a wide
variety of subjects including sleepless nights, drinking alone, finding
redemption in love, soul searching, and pushing forward in the face of
performance at the Memorial Hall represents a means of reaching out to draw
on younger audiences and also on the crowd who first experienced him in
Harrison, many of whom may not be regular festival goers.
He is also known for a commanding stage
presence that draws audiences in to listen closely to what he has to say, or
brings them to their feet in celebration. Come hear this talented young
songwriter who is garnering a significant buzz throughout BC and across the
country, with his strong band of players.
the Harrison Festival Society
Each July for more than 35 years the Society has produced the internationally acclaimed Harrison Festival of the Arts, a 9 day, cross disciplinary, multicultural art event set amidst the small town atmosphere and breathtaking scenery of Harrison Hot Springs, BC.
A non-profit, grass-roots organization, the Society also presents an annual Season of the Performing Arts from September to May and works closely with a number of Fraser Valley partners in continuing to bring high quality, inclusive and accessible performing arts into the area.
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