Take a musical ride in Fanny Bay

Live At Fanny Bay Hall presents the Marc Atkinson Trio With Special Guest Cameron Wilson, violin on Sept. 29.

Take a musical ride with Marc Atkinson’s compositions for two acoustic guitars and a stand up bass.

Featuring virtuosic playing guitar stylings from Chet Atkins to Django Reinhardt with a classical twist, Atkinson is a full time member of The Bills so here is a chance to hear him lead his trio of 20 years.

Joining Atkinson are Scott White on bass, Brett Martens, rhythm guitar and special guest the wonderful Cameron Wilson on violin. Cam Wilson brings a whole new sound and interplay to the trio with his extraordinary violin playing.

Tickets are $20, and available at Laughing Oyster Books, Courtenay, Weinberg’s Good Foods in Buckley Bay and Salish Sea Market in Bowser. For more information call 250-792-2219.

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