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Joey Landreth Concert

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Joey Landreth Concert

Time: August 8, 2017 from 7:30pm to 10pm
Location: Cornell Farms Heritage Barn
City/Town: La Vallee, Canada
Website or Map: http://www.joeylandreth.com/t…
Event Type: concert
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: Jul 26, 2017

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Joey Landreth will be performing at Cornell Farms August 8, 2017 beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Born and raised on the Canadian prairies, Joey has grown up with a guitar in his hands. Working as a side man through his teens and early twenties, Joey and his brother David formed  The Bros. Landreth when he was 25. They were a runaway success – winning a Juno with their first album and turning the heads of musical heavy-weights such as Bonnie Raitt, John Oates and Jimmie Vaughan. We were lucky to have them perform at Cornell Farms just before they won the Juno.

Now Joey is back at Cornell Farms launching his solo career and blowing audiences away with his musical proficiency, The Toronto Star calls Joey Landreth, “Their New Favourite Thing”.


Tickets: 

$ 15.00 in Advance
$18.00 At the Door

Tickets Available at: Tompkins Hardware, Emo Fort Frances Public Library, Fort Frances Cornell Farms (486-3477); www.cornellfarms.ca. (Cornell Farms is located 15 minutes west of Fort Frances on highway 11/71 and 1 mile north on LaVallee Road North)
Opening Act: Jamie Ryan

 

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