Brandon Isaak will perform at The Stage in downtown Mission on Friday, Sept. 29.

Evening of the blues in Mission

Brandon Isaak will perform at The Stage in downtown Mission on Friday, Sept. 29

Brandon Isaak will perform at The Stage in downtown Mission on Friday, Sept. 29.

Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and the music starts at 9 p.m.

Critics say what separates Brandon from the rest of the pack besides his world-class musicianship and songwriting, is his ability to connect and involve the audience in his live shows.

After many nominations by The Maple Blues Awards (Canada’s national blues awards), this Yukonian guitar slinger finally won his first MBA last year (for Acoustic Act of the Year). The nominations were just released again and Isaak is up for Guitarist of the Year.

Isaak is also known as the front man and main songwriter/guitar player for the popular Canadian band The Twisters based out of Vancouver.

He now has a new hot group called Brandon Isaak &His Saints of Swing.

For tickets or more information, visit

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