‘The Hungry Cat Tour’ hits the MAC

Award-winning harp player and renowned guitarist David Sinclair and Keith Bennett will perform in Parksville

Jazz is back at the McMillan Arts Centre.

Award-winning harp player and renowned guitarist David Sinclair and Keith Bennett will perform blues, gypsy jazz and pop in Parksville.

According to a news release issued by The MAC, the duo is bringing their ‘Hungry Cat Tour’ to Parksville Sept. 25. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and performances start at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15/$12 for OCAC members. Recent releases by Sinclair and Bennett include Alchemy, an acoustic guitar and harmonica CD/DVD with instrumental and vocals by Kent Fiddy and Sinclair.

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