Knox United Church, 506 4th St. SW
Ten years ago this summer, Juno award-winning folk artist James Keelaghan and Juno-winning Latin guitarist Oscar Lopez released an album that would become one of the most notable independent Canadian roots recordings of the late '90s. Compadres, as they called the project, sold over 15,000 copies independently, earned a Juno nomination for Best Roots and Traditional Album – Group, and received critical praise from coast to coast. Today, their friendship represents an unlikely yet fabulous-sounding fusion of two unique Canadian musical giants.
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