Guitarist Don Alder returns to Chilliwack

Award-winning acoustic guitarist Don Alder back in Chilliwack on Sept. 29

Don's Alder is at Tractorgrease Cafe Thursday

Award-winning acoustic guitarist Don Alder back in Chilliwack on Sept. 29.

Alder’s music is all original, a fusion of jazz, folk, roots, blues, bluegrass and world music. With his special fingerstyle and percussion technique he can create a wall of sound.

Alder tours the world constantly, performing in venues from the size of living rooms to arenas with his unique guitar skills and repertoire of crafted solo guitar and vocal compositions.

He has won multiple prestigious guitar awards throughout his career, including in 2015, the Dominic Troiano Award. In May 2016 Don Alder was nominated again for a Western Canadian Music Award.

In October 2015, Tractorgrease Cafe hosted the release party of Don’s latest album ‘A&D’. If you missed his show last year, he’ll be back on Thursday, Sept. 29 at Tractorgrease Cafe (48710 Chilliwack Lake Rd.) at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $10 and available by phone at 604-858-3814.

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