Catch the acoustic sounds of Mitchell in Tin Town

April 2 at 7 p.m. at Redtree Specialty Coffee

Thursday, April 2 at 7 p.m., Denman Island singer/songwriter Kevin Mitchell will be playing two sets of music at Redtree Specialty Coffee (106-2456 Rosewall Cres., in Tin Town). Admission by donation.

Prairie born and raised, Kevin Mitchell has been living and playing on the West Coast for 25 years.

In the vein of country roots, his style is honest and persuasive. Strong rhythms and uniquely original lyrics combine for a refreshing original sound, with a finger-picking style that sounds like the band.

With over 150 original songs and a few select covers his range is diverse and eclectic. With a sound somewhere between Fred Eaglesmith, Mark Knopfler, and Bob Dylan he swings from blues to country; folk to reggae with ease. A solo acoustic act that delivers.

 

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