Duo getting rave reviews

A duo getting rave reviews concludes the five-part Filberg Summer Concert Series this coming Thursday.

A duo getting rave reviews concludes the five-part Filberg Summer Concert Series this coming Thursday.

Nick Drummond is former frontman and songwriter for the hit Seattle band The Senate. Tyler Carson is an internationally known fiddler/violinist most recently from Jack Maple.

They combine their unique talents into one formidable pairing. Fiddle, guitar, voice. Welcome to the new beginning.

“An absolutely stellar combination of upbeat alt-folk that’s mesmerizing and radiates talent … Impossible Bird is the Next Big Musical Duo.” — Seattle Weekly.

“Acoustic duos simply aren’t supposed to have this big a sound. It’s only a matter of time before Impossible Bird has an equally large audience.…Belongs in heavy rotation.” — Seattle Met.

“In over 38 years in the recording industry, I can count on one hand the number of bands that have it all. Impossible Bird is at the top of the list.” — Robert Lang (Robert Lang Studios).

“Over my lifelong career, I have never seen such talent, poise and charisma from such young people. These kids are going places.” — Will Millar of The Irish Rovers.

Impossible Bird concludes the five-part Filberg Summer Concert Series this coming Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. on the grounds of the Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park in Comox.

Tickets are sold at Blue Heron Books, Comox Videos N More, Bop City, Long & McQuade, Laughing Oyster Books and at the concert. There’s no charge for children 12 and younger. All proceeds go directly to renovations and restoration of the lodge and buildings in the park.

Bring a picnic dinner or dine at the Filberg Tea House. Call 250-339-0747 for tea house reservations.

For details, visit impossiblebird.com and www.filberg.com.

— Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park in Comox

 

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