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Alberta Scene


Price: $90, $63, $61, $51.50, $49.50, $34.50

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Alberta Celebration with Ian Tyson and Corb Lund

National Arts Centre, Southam Hall

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Presented by the NAC Orchestra

This toe-tappin’, high-energy variety spectacular is guaranteed to get you up on your feet!
The concert celebrates folk, traditional, and cowboy music and is headlined by Ian Tyson, the timeless Canadian folk legend immortalized by his hit "Four Strong Winds". The evening is hosted and conducted by pianist and fellow Albertan Tommy Banks and features a roster of Alberta artists including the young and dazzling Calgary Fiddlers. Stampede on down to the NAC!

Tommy Banks, conductor

Ian Tyson, vocalist

Calgary Fiddlers

Corb Lund Band

Corb Lund Band

Since forming in 1994, the Corb Lund Band has developed into a blazing roots-country band. Their highly acclaimed CD, Five Dollar Bill, was nominated for four Canadian music industry awards, including a Juno for Best Roots and Traditional album. Descended from four generations of Alberta ranchers and cowboys, Corb Lund writes songs that are peppered with imagery of bronco riding, cattle ranching, card playing and bootlegging whiskey. An evening of Corb Lund’s music will have you hankering for the wide open skies of the great outdoors.

Performance Sponsor: CIBC
Corb Lund is the winner of the CBC's Rising Star Award

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