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Petunia and The Burying Ground double bill at Bozzini's Feb 24

By Mano Asprakis, Bozzini's


Petunia will be at Bozzini's Feb 24.


etunia is more than just an entertainer, he’s a modern musical enigma.  Imagine that David Lynch and Nick Cave had a hillbilly baby, that yodeled… or Tom Waits meets Elvis at Woody Guthrie’s hobo junction.  This is just one way of describing the man known simply as Petunia. 


Petunia (solo) with special guests The Burying Ground


Saturday Feb 24
Early Show Doors 4:00 Show 5:45 Tickets $ 20
Late Show  Doors 8:00 Show 9:30 Tickets $ 22
Tickets on sale now 604 792 0744 to reserve by phone

(no refunds – exchanges for other shows allowed up to 48 hours prior to event)

Bozzini's Restraunt #4-45379 Hocking Ave. Chilliwack B.C.

He’s an adventure seeker, a poker player, and a mysterious stranger.  He’s been referred to as “The Savior of Country Music”, and a man who exists in a different era, bringing the past forth as something new to be celebrated and not forgotten.


Petunia grew up in rural Quebec, in exactly the sort of surroundings that a country musician would find idyllic, with old dilapidated barns, secret forts, and acres of unspoiled land. 


As an adult, the wandering spirit took a firm hold on his life, so he set out on the road, playing every major street corner across Canada and throughout the NYC subway system, before graduating to full fledged touring musician.


For more information and see Petunia YouTube clips, visit here.


The Burying Ground

f you've ever woken up in the morning and your first thought was a song, you’ll understand something of the devotional quality that drives their music. Woody’s complex blues guitar and rags are punctuated and raised high by Devora’s tightly syncopated washboard, with playful rolls and staccato jumps and stops. 

A band that shines when performing live, The Burying Ground has been charming audiences large and small across Western Canada and the United States, lending new life to old songs while performing original tunes. Known for their songwriting, they aim to shed light on aspects of the human experience that resonate into the modern day, touching on mental health, the traumas of war, social justice and good old fashioned lost and found love.

The Burying Ground formed in 2014 as a duo, but Woody Forster and Devora Laye have been playing together since 2009 as members of The Dire Wolves, an acoustic blues string band and darlings of the East Van punk scene. They are steeped in influences from 1920’s ragtime, country, Mississippi blues and New Orleans Jazz.


For more information about The Burying Ground visit here.



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