|Prince Rupert's Presbyterian Church will be the venue for the next|
Home Routes concert series events, with the Church acoustics set to
provide some extra ambience to the music of Rick Fines
A Concert series that at times brings artists into the the living rooms of the North Coast, is expanding the experience next week.
As the Home Routes Concert Series brings Rick Fines to town, with the Prince Rupert's Presbyterian Church on Fourth Avenue East the setting for a night of blues, soul and folk, all playing out in what should be an amazing acoustical experience in the Church.
The Prince Rupert concert takes place on Monday, February 12th at 7 PM at the Church located at 233 4th Avenue East overlooking the Cow Bay area of the city.
Those that take in the concert will get a sample of the lengthy catalogue music that has been created by Rick Fines who has taken his mixture of musical themes to some far flung destinations ranging from the Governor Generals Garden Party to Europe and even a trek to the Northern Arctic.
With fourteen recordings to date from 1988 to 2015, as well as a number of guest appearances on the recordings of other artists, the night should provide for a lively and full song list.
You can learn more about the music of Rick Fines here.
|Blues, Soul and folk will be reverberating through the|
Prince Rupert Presbyterian Church on Monday,
as Rick Fines comes to town as part of the Home Routes Concert Series
(photo from Rick Fines website)
The Northwest Trail of the Home Routes series brings artists to communities along the Highway 16 corridor and on into the Peace Country, normally hosted at intimate gatherings in local homes, making for a unique concert experience.
The current concert season started in September and will wrap up in April.
Following the concert date of February 12th, there will be one more event planned for Prince Rupert, taking place in March when Gathering Sparks travel the circuit reaching the North Coast on March 12th.
A look at what the Home Routes Concert series is all about can be found here.
Tickets for the Monday show go for 20 dollars on a cash only basis, to reserve a seat, or To find out more about Monday's concert and the Home Routes Concert series contact Devlin Fernandes at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 778-884-0152.
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