Vancouver’s Rogue Folk Club has a lot of music events in store for everyone this month. Pretty sure everyone will be flocking at Saint James Community Square’s Mel Lehan Hall for an exciting twofer. It can either be one music award winner and a nominee whichever awarding bodies they were recognized. This is something that everyone should look forward to this month to celebrate the yuletide season.

Matt Patershuk & Stephen Fearing (Nov. 1)

Two great songwriters with different backgrounds but are known to be one of the best in the Canadian music industry because of their heartfelt songs and mesmerizing voices.

Kurai Mubaiwa & Trivo (Nov. 3)

A trio and a solo singer from Zimbabwe perform for a cause. This concert is for the benefit of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign, an initiative of the Stephen Lewis Foundation.

Fortunate Ones / Sherman Downey (Nov. 8)

This NL duo and a solo artist who performs upbeat folk-pop songs inevitably found their common ground in their ground-breaking performance.

The tandem brought down by the organizer had some magic in them as they were widely-anticipated, accepted, and patronized by many Canadians. The organizers are continually expressing their gratitude to everyone who attended the twofer concert.

As the holiday continues, here are some upcoming events that you shouldn’t miss with this twofer show of the Rogue Folk Club.

November 22

  • The band of Tim O’Brien / The Burying Ground

November 26

  • Le Vent du Nord

November 29

  • Marin Patenaude / Mark Stuart

November 30

  • Mairi Rankin and Eric Wright

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