The Angel Forrest Trio performs Wednesday, Nov. 28 at Bozzini’s. (Submitted)

Blues group Angel Forrest Trio at Bozzini’s in Chilliwack

Award-winning band from Quebec performs Nov. 28

Bozzini’s is presenting its third ever Low Dough Pop Up Show featuring the Angel Forrest Trio from Quebec on Nov. 28.

“They put on such a great show when I saw them a couple of nights ago that I contacted and booked them the very next morning as they had an open date between their tour of Vancouver Island and a show in Penticton.” says Emmanuel Asprakis, Bozzinis’ artistic director. “Because of the short notice the ticket price is an exceptional bargain”

With a career of more than 30 years and 10 albums, recipient of The Maple Blues Award for Female Vocalist of the Year for the last five years and finalist at The International Blues Challenge 2018 in Memphis – Angel strikes again with Electric Love, a double live album.

There is no question that Angel Forrest is one of the most powerful singers in the contemporary blues scene today. The strength of her performances, her distinctive voice and fiery personality has allowed her to conquer the hearts of thousands of fans around the world.

Angel will be performing with her partner Denis Coulombe and the immensely talented Ricky Paquette.

Well-known in the Canadian blues scene, Angel has performed at major festivals around the globe and shared the stage with many artists, including; The Beach Boys, Dennis deYoung, Melissa Etheridge, Burton Cummings, Eric Burdon and more.

Event details: Angel Forrest Trio, Wednesday, Nov. 28 at 8 p.m. (doors at 6 p.m.). Tickets $20 and available at Bozzini’s or call 604-792-0744 to reserve by phone.

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