Brandon Isaak in Chilliwack next Saturday

Brandon Isaak is booked to do a solo roots and blues show on Saturday, March 23 at Bozzini's

Brandon Isaak is at Bozzini's upstairs lounge in Chilliwack for a solo roots and blues show on Saturday

He’s drawn to the rawness and spontaneity of the blues.

Brandon Isaak is at Bozzini’s for a solo roots and blues show on Saturday, March 23 in the upstairs lounge.

A few years ago Isaak, who performs on guitar and vocals, was nominated for Song Writer Of The Year by the Maple Blues Awards, recognizing him asw one of Canada’s top songwriters. He was also one of Canada’s 13 song writers picked to write a road song about their province or territory for the CBC’s Great Canadian Song Quest of 2011.

Brandon has just released his first solo album entitled; “Bluesman’s Plea”. It’s a very versatile and diverse roots album that truly reflects the music that he plays in live performances. The song’s showcase Ragtime, Delta Blues, Piedmont, Gospel as well as Swing styles. This album has just been nominated for a Western Canadian Music Award for 2012 Best Blues Album Of The Year.

Brandon, under his alter ego, Yukon Slim is also known as the front man and main songwriter/guitar player for the Popular Canadian Jump band The Twisters.

Show time is 9:30 p.m. and tables are available from 8 p.m. Tickets are $15. Reserve 604-792-0744.

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