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Folk/pop artist, JP Hoe visits Lyric Theatre in January

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On Saturday, January 23rd the Lyric Theatre is happy to host the performance of folk/pop artist, JP Hoe.

JP Hoe is a singer-songwriter who connects with fans of all music genres. Soaring melodies, sharp lyrics, and his rhythm driven songs create a unique yet idly familiar sound.
The Winnipeg native is earnest, wry, ironic, funny and insightful. His material has a genuine homespun feel, filled with catchy hooks; it is very authentic, uncontrived and confessional. He’s played gigs all over the world, connecting with audiences via his soul-on-sleeve lyrics, but also his down-to-earth unpretentious charm.
The six-time, Western Canadian Music Award nominated artist, has a tremendous gift for writing songs. His big, bold, blue-sky voice is captivating and compliments his creative and emotional lyrics. In his album, Mannequin, the singer-songwriter has crafted the kind of compilation that, to borrow a Wilco lyric, tries to break your heart. It is a soaring collection of cinematic epics that can still fascinate you and tend to burn with an intimate intensity.
You will not want to miss the JP Hoe Band at the Lyric Theatre on January 23rd. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at Pharmasave. Doors will open at 7:30pm and the music will begin at 8:30pm. For more information about the show or the Blenders Music Series please call Shann Gowan at 306-778-2686, or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
A big thank you to the concert sponsor, Wheatland Machine Shop, for making this concert possible.

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