Wright show on Monday

Canadian country music star Michelle Wright to perform in Qualicum Beach October 15

Michelle Wright will play a concert in Qualicum Beach on Monday.

Canadian country music star Michelle Wright is coming to Qualicum Beach for a concert Monday, and she’ll be performing well-loved songs by other music icons.

The tour is called Songs from the Hall and it will take Wright to nearly 30 Canadian cities throughout October and November.

The music icon will be playing music by other various hall-of-famers to celebrate her own induction into The Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame last year.

The music­—which ranges from country, pop, soul and rock—is  from artists who have inspired Wright throughout her career, like Anne Murray, Merle Haggard, Aretha Franklin and Al Green, along with many of her own greatest hits.

Wright will play at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre Oct. 15 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $40 available from the Qualicum Beach Mulberry Bush Book Store.

 

For more information on Wright visit www.michelle-wright.com.

 

 

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