Wil showing up to the Wav Saturday

new shows have been added to WiL's current tour, which comes to the Waverley Hotel in Cumberland this Saturday. 

By popular demand, new shows have been added to WiL’s current tour, which comes to the Waverley Hotel in Cumberland this Saturday.

WiL hit the road Nov. 22 in support of  his new disc, Hold Me On, a collection of songs taken from select unreleased commercial compositions, brand new songs and songs that have, to date, only been heard accompanying Travel Alberta’s stunningly beautiful Remember to Breathe ad campaign.

All songs were written and recorded by Wil at his home, The Box in the Woods Studio, on Vancouver Island. The disc is a limited release and will be available only while quantities last at the shows on his current tour or via his website at www.ibreakstrings.com/buy-music.

Ladysmith singer-songwriter Ryan McMahon opens for Wil this Saturday at the Waverley. Wil performs with Cumberland drummer Kevin Haughton. Doors open at 9:30 p.m.

Tickets are available at Bop City and the Waverley Hotel.

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