Bear brings raw, passionate style

Parksville-Cory Woodward is playing at the McMillan Arts Centre April 3

Cory Woodward

 

LISSA ALEXANDER

reporter@pqbnews.com

Attend a concert featuring Vancouver’s Cory Woodward and you won’t soon forget.

The musician is one-third of The Lion The Bear The Fox, a larger-than-life trio that has been stealing the hearts of local residents since the group was formed a couple of years ago.

Woodward, known as “The Bear” in the group, is known for his dynamic stage presence and raw, passionate style.

The singer songwriter is performing a solo acoustic show at the McMillan Arts Centre (the MAC) in Parksville on Thursday, April 3.

He will be performing two 40-minute sets and at intermission refreshments are by donation.

Tickets are $18, available at The MAC Tuesday through Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

A share of the proceeds will go towards Oceanside Community Arts Council projects.

 

 

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