Doc MacLean and Morgan Davis are coming to serve up some healing blues music at the Silverton Gallery Oct. 30.

Silverton Gallery gets the blues this October

Do you have a Blues emergency in your town? Don’t forget this year’s blues booster shot – Morgan Davis and Doc MacLean.

Do you have a Blues emergency in your town? Don’t forget this year’s blues booster shot – Morgan Davis and Doc MacLean – your 2012 Blues Prescription. Probably not covered by your provincial or territorial health plan.

Canada’s seventh annual biggest little blues tour has already been on the road for a month of shows. Launched in the Maritimes this year, Doc MacLean’s National Steel “Blues Emergency” Tour will bring blues medicine coast to coast, answering some 85 calls to nine provinces- including upcoming stops in British Columbia.

This year’s special guest is the Juno winning blues icon Morgan Davis. The popular, all acoustic, songs and stories presentation will proudly visit western venues “Large and Small, Grand and Humble” including the Silverton Gallery on Tuesday, Oct. 30. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $10 at the door.


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