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David Newberry, Barbara Adler
Here is what Exclaim! has to say: "Newberry clearly lived up to the title of his well-received 2010 debut album, When We Learn the Things We Need to Learn, delivering an even stronger sophomore effort.... He can be filed alongside the likes of young troubadours like Jerry Leger and Corin Raymond as evidence that Canadian roots music is in good hands."
Barbara Adler doesn't faze easily. In over a decade of touring, she has told stories, performed poetry, and played her accordion all over North America and Europe. She’s appeared in every conceivable variation of bar, night club, high school, coffee shop, theater, folk festival, hockey rink, living room, elementary school classroom, jail and converted art gallery\church\tattoo-parl
For the purposes of this evening, she will be performing solo with her accordion.
Sir Run Run's Tiny Dynasty is an opportunity to hang out in the early evening, drink some nice beer (or your preferred equivalent), socialize a bit, and also hear great performances by a wide range of exceptional artists in the newly transformed and cozy-ified lobby of the Rickshaw Theatre. Entry is by donation, and all proceeds go to the WISH Drop-in Centre Society, a non-profit society that provides a variety of services within a nurturing and non-judgemental environment.
To learn more about WISH visit: www.wish-vancouver.net/index.cfm
+19 Doors: 6:00 PM
by donation proceeds go to WISH Drop-In Centre