Bop 'til you drop with The Nylons at the Tidemark

For the past 30 years, The Nylons have been the most beloved Canadian vocal quartet with seven gold and platinum recordings known for their A cappella sound, dazzling and distinct harmonies and smooth arrangements.

The Nylons’ immense appeal has taken them across North America, Europe, Australia, China and Japan on sold out tours prompting Billboard Magazine to give praise to the captivating live show.

There have been 17 albums so far (including three compilations), and the group’s world-class producers have included David Foster (Celine Dion and dozens of others), Val Garay (Bette Davis Eyes), Chilliwack frontman Bill Henderson, Andy Goldmark (Michael Bolton’s producer), British producer Ian Prince, who won a Grammy for his work with Quincy Jones’ Back on the Block and Toronto’s Peter Mann.

The energy and spark the group had when it started is still present with the present lineup: Claude, Garth Mosbaugh, Gavin Hope and Tyrone Gabriel.

It has now been over 27 years. Tours, trials, tantrums, tribulations, and tributes – and a hell of a lot of good music, good times, great singing. The Nylons continue to perform worldwide to passionate audiences and critical acclaim.

The Nylons are bringing their world class live show to the Tidemark Theatre Thursday, March 14.

It all begins with the voice. And The Nylons have never even needed a band - they just needed their voices, their joy, and their ability to entertain audiences.

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