J.P. Cormier

If it’s a musical instrument, and it’s got strings either on it or in it, J.P. Cormier can probably play it. Folk, bluegrass and Celtic are the three genres he’s focused on since releasing his first album Return to the Cape in 1995. Last April, Cormier was in the news when he released a song about PTSD in the military called “Hometown Battlefield“.

On Wednesday, April 8 Cormier is in town to play a show presented by Grassroots Regina at the Exchange. No word yet on if there’s a back-up act, but the show should get going at 8 p.m. Tickets are  $20 advance, $25 door. To close, here’s the video Cormier made to accompany “Hometown Battlefield”

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