Osborne ready to rock

Neil Osborne is getting ready to rock The Avalanche Bar.

Neil Osborne is getting ready to rock The Avalanche Bar.

As lead singer and chief songwriter of 54•40, Neil Osborne has achieved critical acclaim, released a dozen albums and weathered the fickle music business for more than three decades.

As a songwriter Osborne has penned such fabulous signature 54•40 songs as ‘I Go Blind’, ‘One Gun’, ‘Since When’ and ‘Ocean Pearl’’ which have crossed from the realm of rock to a broader base.

His lyrics range from the most politically astute observation to the most innocent love song and everything in between.

Ladysmith native Ryan McMahon will open the show April 29.

Tickets are available at the door and on sale now at Bop City Records, Red Carpet Boutique (Comox), The Avalanche Bar or online at www.ticketzone.com.

 

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