Myla

Duo performing at Smoke ‘N Water in Nanoose Bay

Nanoose Bay stop on Aug. 9 part of their Left Coast Tour this summer

Toronto pianist and vocalist Julia Bentley and Regina singer and guitarist Myla are bringing their songs and sounds from the Prairies to the West Coast with their Left Coast Tour.

The duo, who met while teaching a vocal camp in Toronto, will be at Smoke ’N Water (1600 Strougler Rd., Nanoose Bay) on Aug. 9 from 7-10 p.m.

Bentley, a classically-trained pianist, blends everything from musical theatre to jazz in her piano and lyric-driven pop songs.

Award-winning songwriter Myla (Mandy Ebel) is active in the fields of R&B, jazz, folk, rock, soul, world, electronic and fusion.

For more information on their tour, visit www.facebook.com/groups/mylaandjuliabentley.

— Submitted by Myla and Julia Bentley

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