Jim Cuddy will bring his Countrywide Soul Tour to the Clarke Theatre on Jan. 10. / Submitted Photo

Jim Cuddy is coming to Mission

Cuddy will bring his Countrywide Soul Tour to the Clarke Theatre on Jan. 10

Jim Cuddy is coming to Mission.

Cuddy, along with special guest Sam Polley, will bring his Countrywide Soul Tour to the Clarke Theatre on Jan. 10.

Cuddy has one of the most recognizable voices in Canadian music thanks to hits such as Try, 5 Days In May and Bad Timing.

Between Blue Rodeo projects, Cuddy released his first solo album All In Time in 1998 and hit the road with the Jim Cuddy Band. Since that first release, he has recorded three more solo albums: The Light That Guides You Home (2006), Skyscraper Soul (2011) and Constellation (2018).

Tickets to the concert, which is being presented by Rock.It Boy Entertainment, are available at all Ticketmaster locations. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the music begins at 7:30 p.m.

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