Old Man Luedecke – SOLD OUT

Update Mar 29th

Well, we all had a great time at Chris Leudecke’s SOLD OUT show at Cranberry Hall. Karen Skadsheim did a great job in the food and beverage depart and Zoe MacBean’s pretzels were a huge hit. Clay and Jenny kept watch on the door and the merch table humming. It was a night to remember. We’re lucky to get this kind of great talent in Pow Town and even luckier to have some many kind souls supporting us by buying tickets.

Pat Buckna and Clay Brander present


Date:  Saturday March 28, 2015 7:30pm

Location: Cranberry Hall (6828 Cranberry Road) Powell River

Tickets: $20 per person, $18 advance (Breakwater Books, Rockit Music)

Contact: Pat at pbuckna@telus.net or 604-485-5198

Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/207886912710033/

Pat Buckna and Clay Brander present Old Man Luedecke

Returning to Powell River after his outstanding appearances at the 2014 Sunshine Music Festival, multiple Juno award winner, Old Man Luedecke brings his refreshing performing style to the intimate stage of the Cranberry Hall.

Old Man Luedecke isn’t afraid to put his neck on the line. He’s an artist honing his cunning lyrical flair – who tenderly pushes the boundaries of his storytelling with his unique mix of folk, bluegrass and pop hooks.
“I am running like everyone else. Laughing just to keep from crying. I am always trying to find a way to express,” says Luedecke. “I am a prisoner for my appreciation for language; language that moves me is language that is unusual. I feel like it’s an important thing I can contribute to songwriting.”

After becoming a father to twin girls and touring the globe, Luedecke has finally found confidence in himself, and his art.

Old Man Luedecke has a penchant for language. Based in Chester, Nova Scotia, the award-winning roots singer-songwriter’s latest album, Tender Is The Night, gives nod to F.R. Scott Fitzgerald’s famous novel, a title lifted from John Keats poem, ‘Ode To A Nightingale.’

Recorded live in Nashville at The Butcher Shoppe in four days with producer Tim O’Brien, Old Man Luedecke’s fifth album follows up My Hands Are On Fire and Other Love Songs (2010), Proof of Love (2008), Hinterland (2006), and Mole In The Ground (2003).