Jann Arden makes a stop in Abbotsford on Nov. 27 as part of her These Are the Days Tour.

Jann Arden to make stop in Abbotsford as part of These Are the Days tour

Concert on Tuesday, Nov. 27 at Abbotsford Arts Centre

Jann Arden is coming to Abbotsford with her These Are the Days tour.

Arden will perform Tuesday, Nov. 27 at 7:30 p.m. at the Abbotsford Arts Centre (2329 Crescent Way).

Arden is a Canadian-born, singer, songwriter, broadcaster and author. The much-celebrated artist catapulted onto the Canadian music scene in 1993 with her debut album Time for Mercy, featuring the hit single I Would Die for You.

Just one year later with Living Under June, she had her career breakout hit, Insensitive, that solidified her position in the music world.

Her most recent album, These Are the Days, hit the shelves in March 2018. With Grammy-winning producer Bob Rock behind the console once again, this album could arguably be Arden’s most personal and poignant offering to date.

Last year, she completed a highly successful 27-date Canadian tour, previewing two of the newly recorded songs, A Long Goodbye and Everybody’s Always Pulling On Me.

Arden has released 14 albums with 19 top-10 singles. To date, she has received eight Juno Awards, including Female Artist of the Year (2001) and Songwriter of the Year (2002).

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Arden is also the recipient of 10 SOCAN Awards, four Western Canadian Music Awards, a Much Music Video Award, three Prairie Music Awards and an Alberta Recording Industry Association Award.

In addition, she is the proud recipient of a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame, is an inductee to the Canadian Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame and has been given the Vantage Women of Originality Award.

In 2012, she was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal and in 2013 was inducted into the Western Canadian Music Alliance Hall of Fame.

Arden is also an author of note. Her previous releases include If I Knew, Don’t You Think I’d Tell You, I’ll Tell You One Damn Thing, That’s All I Know and her bestselling self-penned memoir Falling Backwards.

In November 2017, she released the Canadian bestseller Feeding My Mother – Comfort and Laughter in the Kitchen as My Mom Lives with Memory Loss.

Arden’s philanthropic work has included World Vision. She performed in Live 8 and the MAC Cosmetics Fashion Cares AIDS Benefit and in recent years has also supported Gilda’s Clubin Toronto.

Tickets for the Abbotsford concert are $79.50 and $89.50 and are available at ticketmaster.ca or by phone at 1-855-985-5000.

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