Wil and his drummer live at Bozzini's Upstairs Thursday

Wil at Bozzini’s

Wil is set to deliver a signature powerhouse performance at Bozzini's on Nov. 28.

Making his Chilliwack debut, Wil is set to deliver a signature powerhouse performance at Bozzini’s on Nov. 28.

Known for incredible songwriting and energy, the artist is a musical force that few forget once they’ve seen him live.

Nominated in 2005 for three WCMAs including ‘Best Live Act’ for his debut album ‘Both Hands’ Wil is gaining further recognition from a string of songs, including ‘Roam’, which features in Travel Alberta’s award winning media campaign called ‘Remember To Breathe’.

Celebrating the release of his first live album ‘Live at the Ironwood’ – it’s a great opportunity to come see why he is known for live performance.

Wil at Bozzini’s, Nov. 28,  Doors 6 p.m. Show 8 p.m. Tickets $20 at Bozzini’s or call 604 792 0744 to reserve.

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