David Myles will be playing a show at the Golden Civic Centre on Nov. 3.

Getting Into The Sun on an entertaining night with David Myles

On Nov. 3 David Myles will bring his own brand of a great live performance to the stage at the Golden Civic Centre.

On Nov. 3 David Myles will bring his own brand of a great live performance to the stage at the Golden Civic Centre.

Nominated for Entertainer of the Year at this year’s ECMAs in November, Myles unabashed joy at being on stage is infectious.

With a strong mix of great songs and a tendency to entertain audiences with his humourous anecdotes Myles has won many fans.

Myles will be in Golden after his 17-stop tour pf Saskatchewan promoting his latest album Into The Sun.

Myles is sure to have audiences on their feet with his warm and engaging stage show that has been enjoyed by all ages around the globe.

Into The Sun is a blend of musical influences with everything from hip-hop, to opera, to Brazilian and African music. The album showcases David’s award-winning songwriting.

To get your ticket for the show drop by The Art Gallery of Golden. Doors will open at 7 p.m. and the show will start at 7:30 p.m.

For more information check out www.kickinghorseculture.ca/live-kicks/

 

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