Matt Andersen

Born in New Brunswick, Matt Andersen is a Juno Award-winning blues guitarist. He guested on Stuart McLean’s Vinyl Cafe Christmas tour a few years ago, and also headlined a main stage gig at the 2014 Regina Folk Festival.

On Thursday Feb. 25, Andersen will be in town to play a show as part of the Regina Folk Festival Concert Series. He’s touring in support of a new album called Honest Man, and the show is at Darke Hall. The support act is the Bona Fide and curtain is at 8 p.m.

You can find out more on the RFF website. Here’s video from 2014 of Andersen playing a song called “So Easy” on CBC’s Studio Q:

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