Jon Bryant plays Chilliwack’s Acoustic Emporium

Jon Bryant's style of haunting-ambient, dream-folk and singer/songwriter roots music is at the Acoustic Emporium Oct. 14.

Jon Bryant plays Acoustic Emporium on Friday.

Jon Bryant will leave a lasting impression with his unique musical style of haunting-ambient dream-folk and singer/songwriter roots when he performs at the Acoustic Emporium this Friday.

At the start of his musical career, Bryant’s single ‘Deaf’ was selected as the iTunes single-of-the-week and his debut album the featured singer-songwriter album. Bryant followed up his online success with his album What Takes You in 2012 and numerous TV sync placements while touring throughout North America and Europe.

In 2016, Bryant released his highly anticipated dream-folk album Twenty Something which features the production of Alex Newport (Bloc Party, Death Cab for Cutie, Mars Volta and City and Colour), Nygel Asselin (Half Moon Run) Jordan Wiberg and Rick Parker (Lord Huron, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club). Not only does his unique Jeff Buckley-esque vocals and compelling songwriting command attention, but his lively, emotional and energetic stage presence also pull his audience in and make his art and presence unforgettable.

Jon Bryan performs Friday, Oct. 14 at the Acoustic Emporium (45892 Wellington Ave.). Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets $12 at the door.

 

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