Pritchett headlines triple bill at The Bridge

TLC Entertainment presents the Outlaws And Outsiders Tour featuring Aaron Pritchett with special guest Cory Marquardt and introducing King & Cash Friday, Jan. 16 at The Bridge Lounge (90-5th St.).

Having grown up in small-town B.C., Pritchett is a Canadian through and through. His earliest musical influences came from ‘80s rock, but the down-home feel of rural life is the story told by country music; the story still told by him today. With his most recent single, Suntan City, climbing the charts, it is abundantly clear Pritchett’s music continues to resonate with fans.

Marquardt is another member of the new age of country music.

With one of the most dynamic and interesting new sounds on the country music scene, Marquardt delivers a voice with the requisite twang and an edge all his own.

King & Cash is the new outfit fronted by Jordan Pritchett.

This hot combo is bringing the sound styling of Florida Georgia Line to our side of the border with a definite Canadian twist that makes our homebred artists stand above the crowd. They are guaranteed to be a perfect part of this rockin’ night of Outlaws and Outsiders!

Tickets are $35, available at The Bridge Lounge or Bop City.

 

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