Canyon showcases his hits in Chilliwack



Canadian Country star George Canyon plays Cultural Centre on Oct. 15 with his Decade of Hits tour, and special guest Jordan Mcintosh

George Canyon with special guest Jordan McIntosh at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Oct. 15.

George Canyon with special guest Jordan McIntosh at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Oct. 15.

Canadian Country star George Canyon is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Oct. 15 with his Decade of Hits tour, and special guest Jordan Mcintosh.

For fans it will be a must-see and entertaining retrospective, and Canyon will be sharing personal stories when he hits the stage in the Hub International Theatre.

“I’m a fortunate man to be able to do what I love for a living and to share a collection of songs from the past ten years with my fans, who have been instrumental in the composition of this CD by helping me choose their favourite songs for inclusion.

“Being given the opportunity to relive this journey is very special indeed,” he said.

The opening act for Canyon is 18 year-old Jordan McIntosh, a Top 6 finalist in the 2014 CCMA Discovery Program.

McIntosh’s talent was first discovered on YouTube.

The music video for his third single, Grew Up In A Country Song, earned him the title of Fresh Face Feature Artist on CMT Canada.

His country cover version of Lil’ Wayne’s, How To Love, has more than 248,000 views on YouTube. His single, That Girl, is getting some good rotation.

McIntosh also hit the main stage at the third annual Boots and Hearts Festival this summer.

Rock.It Boy Entertainment and New Country 93.7 JRFM proudly present George canyon with Special Guest Jordan Mcintosh on Wednesday October 15, doors 7 p.m., at the Hub International Theatre at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.  Tickets $37.50 (+fees sc) available at Centre Box Office.  Charge by phone at 604-391-7469 or online at www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca  as well as www.georgecanyon.com and www.jordanmcintosh.ca.

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