A true Canadian Rock legend, Prism’s Henry Small, is coming to town with his incredible voice and amazing electric violin skills. (Submitted)

Get up close and personal with Prism’s Henry Small in Chilliwack

Small, with his rich voice and engaging stage personality, is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre

A one-of-a-kind Canadian rock legend will be taking over the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on March 19.

Henry Small, former member of Vancouver rock band Prism in the 1980s, will be in Chilliwack for one night for his show An Intimate Evening with Prism’s Henry Small.

With his electric violin, Small will show you why his performances have been reviewed as nothing less than stunning and the intimate cabaret setting of the Rotary Hall is the perfect place to experience it.

Get bewitched by his mesmerizing voice, masterful violin skills and unparalleled ability to connect with his audience.

At an early age, Small picked up the violin and was a child prodigy in his home town of Beacon, New York. He continued to grow as a musician, from his start with the violin to the discovery that he could sing as well. His persistence in the industry led to many incredible moments and they were only matched by his own love for music.

With 40 years in the music industry, Small has found success in writing, recording and touring with the likes of John Entwistle of The Who, and Burton Cummings of The Guess Who. His legendary tenure with Prism (1981 to 1984) and his hit single Don’t Let Him Know, written by Bryan Adams from the album Small Change, also earned him a gold record.

The emotional connection a musician can create when sharing their life stories through music is an incredibly special talent, and it’s something Small has turned into an art form. His rich voice and engaging stage personality are the perfect fit for the songwriting he does, which is often remarkably personal.

As Small likes to say, “I’ve got minutes to live” and he is making every minute count.

The unique cabaret-style setting, with drinks allowed into the theatre, creates an evening that will give you an up close and personal look into his compelling career.

An Intimate Evening with Prism’s Henry Small is coming to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on March 19 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $35 for adults, $32 and $30 for youth, and can be purchased at the Centre Box Office, online at www.chilliwackculturalcentre.ca, or by calling 604-391-SHOW(7469).

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