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Multi-talented Churchill at the Waverley Wednesday

Kim Churchill is at the Waverley Hotel on Wednesday. - Submitted
Kim Churchill is at the Waverley Hotel on Wednesday.
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Record Staff

When the term “one-man band” is mentioned, most people think of some gimmicky fellow, cymbals attached to his kneecaps, bass drum on his back, playing a simple song.

Kim Churchill is anything but gimmicky. A voice reminiscent of a young Chris de Burgh; a “claw” style to his guitar playing that looks like a cross between Eddie Van Halen and Jeff Healy, and incredible harmonica playing give this Australian talent a sound all his own.

Churchill is at the Waverley Hotel on Wednesday and it’s a performance not to be missed.

Tickets are $20 and available available at Bop City, the Waverley Hotel, by phone 250-336-8322 and online.

 

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