Lynn Miles visits Bozzini’s

Juno Award winning Lynn Miles visits Bozzini’s Upstairs on Sunday, Feb. 4

After being away for more than a decade, one of Canada’s most accomplished musicians is making her way back to Chilliwack: Juno Award winning Lynn Miles is visiting Bozzini’s Upstairs on Sunday, Feb. 4.

With a dozen albums under her belt, Miles has won multiple Canadian Folk Music awards and says she enjoys traversing the globe and “performeing music with unbridled feeling and vulnerability.”

Reaching deep into her emotional experiences, Miles creates music that “(puts) herself out there.” Her latest release, Downpour, the immensity of her experiences have truly elevated her songwriting to its richest level yet.

“There’s something to be said for experience,” says Miles. “For taking the time to grow into your own skin. All sturdy things need time to root firmly into the ground to find their strength.”

While Miles’ melodies float between traditional country and folk, her sound appeals to almost everyone.

“(She’s) a musician in the rarest sense of the word,” says Bozzini’s Emmanuel Asprakis. “(With) an unmistakable talent … than can only be unearthed (through) experience.”

Tickets for Lynn Miles at Bozzini’s Upstairs are $22.50, and can be reserved by calling (604) 792 – 0744. The show starts at 8:00 p.m., and the doors open at 6:00.

Just Posted

Around the BCHL: Tough season for goalies and Prince George makes a move

Around the BCHL is a look at what’s happening in the league and the junior A world.

Superstore asks Chilliwack residents to help make everyone’s holiday feast special

In-store holiday food drive in support of Chilliwack Salvation Army Food Bank runs to Dec. 24

United churches come together to share warmth in Chilliwack

Members of Rosedale, Chilliwack and Mt. Shannon united churches donate 100 care packages to homeless

Four chances to see Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra’s Messiah in the Valley

Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra brings Handels’ Messiah to Chilliwack, Abbotsford, Langley, Aldergrove

Gravel crushing permit for the top of Promontory in Chilliwack

Council sets several conditions after neighbours come out to public hearing with concerns

VIDEO: Close encounter with a whale near Canada-U.S border

Ron Gillies had his camera ready when a whale appeared Dec. 7

No flood of extremist returnees to Canada expected, federal report says

The report says some 190 people with connections to Canada are suspected of terrorist activity abroad

Out of the doghouse: B.C. city lifts ban on pup who barked too much at dog park

Cameron the Shetland sheepdog is allowed back into Uplands off-leash dog park under some conditions.

Canada-China relations turn icy over arrest of Chinese exec

The Huawei case has threatened to complicate U.S.-China efforts to resolve a bitter trade dispute.

Prosecutor signs off on former B.C. Liberal government’s quick-wins probe

David Butcher said in a statement released Monday that the RCMP recommended charges under the Elections Act

Canadian physicist who won Nobel Prize touts science for the sake of science

Donna Strickland, 59, said securing the field’s highest honour has given her a significant new platform

Nearly 1,000 short-term Vancouver rentals removed since April after new rules

Mayor Kennedy Stewart says that more than half of Vancouver’s population rents their home

High winds and heavy rain delays, cancels BC Ferries sailings

Island routes between Tsawwassen, Swartz Bay affected

Too many die in heavy truck crashes, B.C. auditor says

Province has no mandatory driver training for commercial vehicles

Most Read