Upcoming concerts in Mission

There are many groups and tours set to arrive in the district over the next few months. Here’s your chance to mark your favourites down in your calender:

 

Oct.  8: Led ZepAgain

Tribute Band Led ZepAgain features all of the Led Zeppelin highlights, from the high energy electric classics, beautiful acoustic works; soaring leads on the double-neck guitar, brilliant keyboard passages, the high Robert Plant screams and those trademark pounding rhythms.

 

Oct. 22: Neverest

and Alyssa Reid

Neverest’s debut album About Us produced two hit singles which reached number two on the All Canadian Singles Airplay Chart. Their single Everything earned the group a 2011 MMVA Nomination for the “Number One Video”.

Alyssa Reid, just 18 years old, entered the Canadian music scene early this year with her pop radio hit Alone Again. The platinum selling, multi-format single was the number one played song in the country by a Canadian artist for an impressive 15 straight weeks.

 

Oct. 29: Jesse Cook

Seven studio albums in 15 years is in itself a measure of Jesse Cook’s artistic success and his latest album, The Rumba Foundation, is no exception.

In what might be his strongest work yet, Jesse melds his trademark rumba flamenco style with the roots of Cuba and modernizes it with dazzling instrumentals that will touch your soul.

 

Nov. 25: Matthew Good

Over nearly two-decades, Matthew Good has continually pushed forward into uncharted territories, mapping new musical landscapes. His newest release, Lights Of Endangered Species takes Good into the unfamiliar, displaying arrangements that are a distinct departure from the likes of Born Losers and Last Parade. Stark and passionate best describe his latest effort and despite its differences the record still resonates with his fans.

 

All shows are playing at the Clarke Theatre in Mission. Call Ticketmaster at 1-885-985-5000 or go to www.ticketmaster.ca.

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