Fred Eaglesmith

Fred Eaglesmith has been through Regina a few times during his 35-year career as an alt-country balladeer. Most recently he’s been touring with what’s been billed as the Fred Eaglesmith Travelling Steam Show which included contributions from other artists.

For this tour, though, Eaglesmith is playing solo (outside of back-up act Tif Ginn who was one of the featured performers with the Ginn Sisters in the aforementioned Travelling Steam Show).

The concert goes at Artesian on 13th on Sunday August 2 at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets are $25 advance and $30 door. And here’s video from earlier this year of Eaglesmith performing solo at a cafe in North Carolina

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