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Tim Easton

Few poets follow their own arrow as devotedly as Tim Easton, whose songwriting career has woven in and out of folk music and rock ‘n’ roll (and Americana before it was really called that), of erstwhile bands and solo songwriting, of his birthplace of America and all the other places he’s called home. Whether surviving as a busker in Paris and Prague, living and working on both US coasts, touring relentlessly through remote Alaska or recording with some of the most famous sidemen in rock history, Easton has followed his inspiration to every point on the map.

Now, Easton’s lens is fixed on just one of his homes away from home, the birthplace of his mother and many of his dearest friends. “Find Your Way” out in 2024 via Black Mesa Records, was recorded, mixed and mastered in Canada with an all-Canadian crew of studio musicians: Geoff Hicks (Colin James, Barney Bentall), Jeremy Holmes (Steve Dawson), Jeanne Tolmie, Ryland Moranz and Tyler Lieb (both play with Leeroy Stagger).

Produced at Neighborhood Recorders in Victoria, BC, by Leeroy Stagger (longtime collaborator and one-third of folk supergroup Easton Stagger Phillips), the album zigs and zags through the geography so intrinsic to Easton’s storytelling. This makes the so-called “one-of-a-kindland” topography of Victoria the perfect setting for the new tracks on “Find Your Way,” explorations of turmoil and resolution, of troubled relationships viewed from the outside and within. Easton calls the songs “feature films inside three-minute chunks of music.”

Food & Bar: Our full food and drink menu will be available before and during the show.

 

Date: Friday, May 17

Time: 9:00 pm

Doors Open: 8:00 pm