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LionsBayHouseConcert: The Talbott Brothers: Canadian Debut!

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LionsBayHouseConcerts: The Talbott Brothers: Canadian Debut!

Nick and Tyler are The Talbott Brothers. Their songs are as big as the Nebraska sky. The concept of home permeates most Talbott Brothers songs. As a physical place from which they hail. A formative influence in their upbringing. A metaphorical lover they left to pursue their dreams. And comfort to which they can always return. Since their debut album "Leaving Home" in 2012 they have performed over 400 shows across the USA. They're the honest-hard-working-super-talented-up-and-comer-every-town-hometown-boys that you want to cheer for. This Lions Bay House Concert will be their Canadian debut!

Hosted in an intimate unique setting, this is a once in a blue moon opportunity to see a gigantic american star before they break big. But don't take our word for it, come hear for yourself.

Tickets are limited. Every seat is a great seat. Bring something to drink and a plate to share (potluck). Maybe a friend or two or five or six. You definitely want to be in the room for this one!

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Lions Bay House Concerts 2017 - 2018 Lead Sponsor: Thyra McKilligan of Re/Max Masters has been a North Shore resident for over 25 years, but her specialty is Lions Bay. Once a musician herself, she actively supports the arts and live events that help create a sense of community. Selling or buying a home in Lions Bay, call her. Other realtors do!

Lions Bay House Concerts Supporting Sponsor: Longtime Lions Bay resident and ceramics artist Lucy Traini has sponsored our new lighting system. Lucia (Italian for “light”) has always been surrounded by music and even sang with Burton Cummings back in high school. Yeah!

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