Brodie Dawson (left) and Luke Blu Guthrie play the Heriot Bay Inn on Quadra Island March 3.

Dawson and Guthrie’s soulful, folky blues with a hit of pop and a twang of old-school country hit Quadra Island

Brodie Lee Dawson and Luke Blu Guthrie’s “soulful, folky blues with a hit of pop and a twang of old-school country” sums up the warmth and powerful music that you’ll be immersed in on Saturday, March 3 in Herons at the Heriot Bay Inn.

Dawson’s voice is rich and pure; she won Vocalist of the Year at the 2014 Vancouver Island Music Awards. She’s also been nominated twice for Best Live Act at the VIMA’s and nominated for ‘Best Live Act’ at two VIMA’s.

She has shared the stage with many other amazing musicians such as WiL, Tracy Riley, Rick Fines, The Sojourners, George Canyon, Jake Owen, and Serena Ryder.

Guthrie’s music is a clever and potent fusion of folk, funk, dark country and rock n roll. It is representative of a lifetime of thoughtful listening and his uncanny ability to select elements from each genre then combine them to create a refreshingly innovative, yet timeless style that The sngages the sensitivity and sentiment of a broad range of listeners.

Show and two-course dinner is $39; show-only seats are $15. Call the Heriot Bay Inn at 250-285-3322 to reserve seats.

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