Ken Lavigne brings Christmas favourites to Comox United Church

Old Time Radio Roadshow Dec. 11

Don’t miss the Ken Lavigne Christmas Old  Time Radio Roadshow Dec. 11 at the Comox United Church.

The Island’s own internationally renowned singer and entertainer Ken Lavigne performs your Christmas favourites, while playing host to a talented crew of performers, including the tight harmonies of special guests, the Company B Vocal Trio.

Close your eyes and you’d swear you were listening to the Andrew Sisters.

Performing Christmas favourites made famous from Bing to Bocelli, Ken Lavigne and his band will take you on a musical tour – back in time to a 1940s Christmas, with a “live radio” remake. Enjoy Christmas songs, stories and drama … just like those old radio shows.

Music will include Christmas favourites such as Jingle Bells, Sleigh Ride, Baby It’s Cold Outside and many more.

Doors at 7 p.m., show starts at 7:30.

Advance tickets are $32 and available at the Blue Heron Book Store in Comox and House of Color in Courtenay.

 

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