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Honouring the late, great Tom Petty and his debut solo album, Full Moon Fever, considered the commercial peak of his epic career. This 1989 release features his Travelling Wilburys’ bandmates — Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and George Harrison — and iconic hits at “I Won’t Back Down”, “Running Down a Dream,” and “Free Fallin”.

Join us for the fifth edition of Nashville-based musician/producer Steve Dawson’s artist led celebrations, featuring a line-up of some of Vancouver’s most creative and talented musicians who will reimagine Tom Petty’s extraordinary and beloved work.

Running Time: Two x 45 minutes sets with one intermission

Limited tickets also available at our co-presenter’s Box Office. Please call The BlueShore at CapU at 604-990-7810 or purchase online: capilanou/centre.


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https://borealisrecords.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Shadow_Linda_Banjo.jpeg "Playing banjo and singing in a strong alto, McRae went on to offer a masterful and stirring set of songs — songs with a capital S — that take you on a sonic journey while steadily cracking open your heart."  No Depression https://www.lindamcrae.com/

Tom Wilson was raised in the rough-and-tumble world of Hamilton—Steeltown— in the company of World War II vets, factory workers, fall-guy wrestlers and the deeply guarded secrets kept by his parents, Bunny and George. For decades Tom carved out a life for himself in shadows. He built an international music career and became a father, he battled demons and addiction, and he waited, hoping for the lies to cease and the truth to emerge. It would. And when it did, it would sweep up the St. Lawrence River to the Mohawk reserves of Quebec, on to the heights of the Manhattan skyline. With a rare gift for storytelling and an astonishing story to tell, Tom writes with unflinching honesty and extraordinary compassion about his search for the truth. It’s a story about scars, about the ones that hurt us, and the ones that make us who we are. LeE HARVey OsMOND is the brainchild of Tom Wilson. [embed]https://tomwilsononline.com/[/embed]

    “Anyone who can hear Dawson play and not be moved is made of stone” – Penguin Eggs Magazine http://www.stevedawson.ca/

It has never been anything less than a major pleasure to listen to new songs by Forbes, a craft-conscious writer who remains one of the truest troubadours in the Canadian mosaic.    The Toronto Star http://www.royforbes.ca/index.html