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Suzie Vinnick announces B.C. and Ontario dates with award-winning Auzzie Lloyd Spiegel

Canadian blues veteran Suzie Vinnick is hitting the road this month as part of a double bill with a world-renowned Australian bluesman.  Suzie and Lloyd Spiegel’s dates kick off a week from today.

A Saskatoon native transplanted to the Niagara Region of Ontario, Suzie is the proud owner of a gorgeous voice, impressive guitar and bass chops, and an engagingly candid performance style. Suzie has won 10 Maple Blues Awards and one Canadian Folk Music Award and is a three-time Juno Nominee. She has also twice won the International Songwriting Competition blues category. She has just released her seventh solo album, entitled Fall Back Home, which has earned her three more Maple Blues Award nominations.

Fourteen-time Australian Blues Music Award winner Lloyd Spiegel blends jaw-dropping guitar chops with a commanding voice, powerful songwriting, storytelling, and comedy. A touring artist since age 11 with 10 albums to his name, Lloyd has squeezed more into his 40 years than many do in a lifetime.

Lloyd has toured the globe with frequent visits to Canada, Europe, New Zealand and the United States where he has performed at major festivals, theatres, and iconic Juke Joints.

See Vinnick and Spiegel live:

  • Jan. 17 – Tir-na-nOg Theatre, Bowen Island
  • Jan. 18 – Joe King Hall, Hornby Island
  • Jan. 19 –  First Unitarian Hall, Nanaimo
  • Jan. 20 – Upstairs Lounge, Victoria
  • Jan. 21 – Old Church Theatre, Courtenay
  • Jan. 22 – ArtsSpring, Salt Spring Island
  • Jan. 25 – Kelowna Rotary Arts Centre, Kelowna
  • Jan. 26 – Kay Meek Theatre, West Vancouver
  • Jan. 27 – Kay Meek Theatre, West Vancouver
  • Jan. 28 – Harrison Memorial Hall, Harrison Springs
  • Jan. 30 – Coldsnap Festival, Prince George
  • Feb. 8 – Knox United Church, Kenora
  • Feb. 9 – Sioux North High School, Sioux Lookout
  • Feb. 10 – Dryden Performing Arts Centre, Dryden
  • Feb. 11 – Port Arthur Polish Hall, Thunder Bay
  • Feb. 12 – Geraldton Composite High School, Geraldton
  • Feb. 13 – St. Patrick’s School, Atikokan
  • Feb. 14 – Townshend Theatre, Fort Frances
  • Feb. 16 – Algonquin Theatre, Huntsville
  • Feb. 17 – The Cove, Westport
  • Feb. 18 – Almonte Old Town Hall, Almonte

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