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Ian Tamblyn - Nanaimo concert

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Unitarian Hall

595 Townsite Rd.

Nanaimo, BC

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Ian Tamblyn's shows are a travelogue of the many remote places he has visited. He brilliantly captures their character in music and song.

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Ian Tamblyn s a Canadian folk music singer-songwriter and record producer, adventurer, and playwright. His shows are a travelogue of the many remote places he has visited. He brilliantly captures their character in music and song.

Tamblyn has been a working musician since 1972. He has released dozens of albums of his work as well as acting as producer for many other artists. Over the years Ian has written too many songs and has given up on counting them. He has also written fourteen plays and over one hundred theatre soundtracks.

He plays guitar, piano, hammered dulcimer, and synthesizer, as well as singing.

Tamblyn has recorded a number of lyric based and instrumental albums inspired by his adventure travels to remote places such as the north shore of Lake Superior, the Nahanni River, and the Chukchi Sea, and his participation in scientific research expeditions to locations such as the three Canadian coasts, Greenland and Antarctica.

In addition to his many music and other awards, Ian's songs have been covered by numerous artists and there is a tribute album of his work entitled Coastline of our Dreams featuring artists like Lynn Miles, Susan Crowe , Hart Rouge and Valdy.

Tickets are $25 and available now through Eventbrite and in-person from Fascinating Rhythm (51 Commercial St.) and Arbutus Music (Metral Dr.) about 6 weeks before the show.

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Unitarian Hall

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Nanaimo, BC

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