Tickets are on sale now for Colin’s tour of the Arts & Culture Centres of Newfoundland and Labrador, March 20-28, 2014 with shows in St. John’s, Grand Falls-Windsor, Gander, Clarenville, Labrador, Corner Brook, and Stephenville. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Arts & Culture Centre website.
Colin will be performing as part of the Alberta Flood Aid benefit concert in Calgary on August 15. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.
The concert also features Jann Arden, Johnny Reid, The Sheepdogs, Corb Lund, Tom Cochrane, Ian Tyson, Matthew Good, Randy Bachman, The Sadies, and more.
It’s Saturday – time for more bonus video footage from Colin’s newest CD, TWENTY FIVE LIVE! Check out “Ain’t Nothing”. It was filmed and recorded live at The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC. TWENTY FIVE LIVE is in stores now, and you can order it at Colin’s online store as well.
Every Saturday in April, watch for bonus video footage from Colin’s newest CD, TWENTY FIVE LIVE. Here’s the first one, “Freedom”. It was filmed and recorded live at The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC. TWENTY FIVE LIVE is in stores now, and you can order it at Colin’s online store as well.
With the release of TWENTY FIVE LIVE and the official video for “Oh Well”, it’s been a busy week. Catch up on the latest Colin James news here:
Also, we’ve just announced a few summer festival dates- check out the Tour page for details!
Just released! Check out the new official video of “Oh Well” live from the Commodore Ballroom, where Colin recorded TWENTY FIVE LIVE last fall.
TWENTY FIVE LIVE is now available for order through the Colin James store. The album is Colin’s first-ever live album, and marks his 25th year in the music industry. It features originals as well as songs by artists like Van Morrison, Allan Toussaint, Toots and the Maytals, Peter Green, and Robert Johnson.
The album was recorded at the historic Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver in November, 2012. Check back soon for a featured video from this performance!
On Wednesday, March 20, Colin will perform at Lee’s Palace in Toronto, and on Thursday night he will be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.
Colin’s first live album, TWENTY FIVE LIVE, will be available March 19, and includes 16 of his biggest fan favorites recorded live over a recent sold-out three-night stand at The Commodore in Vancouver.