Peter Katz will be performing at Errington Hall on Nov. 12.

Peter Katz at Errington Hall on Saturday

Errington War Memorial Hall is Peter Katz last stop on his album tour

Errington is Peter Katz last stop on his album tour, and it’s sure to be a good show.

Ontario singer-songwriter Peter Katz is bringing his latest album We Are the Reckoning to the  Errington War Memorial Hall on Nov. 12.

The concert starts at 8 p.m. at the hall, located at 1390 Errington Road. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the Errington General Store, Cranky Dog Music and Heaven on Earth. For more information, visit www.erringtonhall.bc.ca.

Katz will be accompanied by multi-instrumentalist Benjamin Rollo.

Katz was a 2012 Juno Award nominee, Emerging Artist of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards and winner of the CBC Galaxie Rising Star Award.

For We Are the Reckoning, Katz said he did an “excessive amount of writing for it.” He said for the better part of a year, he wrote about 50 songs for the album.

“I really tried to push myself,” Katz said about writing the songs. “I sort of went for a bigger sound on this record.”

He also said he messed around with electronic and synth sounds since his last two records were “super organic, cabin-in-the-woods feel.”

Katz said the title track We Are the Reckoning is about how he’s a hopeful guy and how he is still maintaining that.

“But I also grew up a little bit and realized the complications of the world,” he said.

For more information on Katz and his music, visit www.peterkatz.com.

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