Mar 19th, 2017 – Bob Bossin is a legend in Canadian folk music: founder of Stringband, author of Tugboats, The Maple Leaf Dog, Show us the Length, and Dief Will Be the Chief Again, pioneer of indie recording, with a dozen albums behind him. His 2014 book Davy the Punk, about his dad’s life in the gambling underworld, received the Pinsky-Givon Prize for non-fiction and we were thrilled to have Bob perform his one-man show at Cranberry Hall to an enthusiastic audience. Bob’s music video Sulphur Passage won a half-dozen international awards and played a significant role in preserving the forest of Clayoquot Sound.
An Evening with Bob Bossin is an evening of songs and stories that are, according to Pete Seeger, “funny, informative and inspiring at the same time.”
This is a special added house concert with limited seating in addition to our Home Routes Series – and at a special price – $15 per person (payable in advance only). Don’t miss out on this chance to meet and spend some time with a Canadian icon.