Michelle Wright will be in Campbell River Oct. 13 as part of a special celebration tour.

Songstress celebrates country music hall of fame induction

Country singer Michelle Wright kicks off her special concert tour in Campbell River

Savannah recording artist Michelle Wright, the 2011 artist inductee into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame, celebrates this honour in 2012 with a special concert tour.

She will feature many of her award-winning greatest hits plus a spectacular collection of world class songs from members of various Halls of Fame whose music – country, pop, soul and rock – has inspired Wright throughout her career, from Anne Murray and Merle Haggard to Aretha Franklin and Al Green.

An unprecedented night of music and entertainment from one of Canada’s great vocal talents, is coming to nearly 30 Canadian cities this fall, including Campbell River on Saturday, Oct. 13 at the Tidemark Theatre.

Since her 1990 Arista/Nashville self-titled debut album, Wright has sold nearly two million albums in the United States and Canada and enjoyed an international career that has seen her grace concert stages across North America, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.

Wright has amassed 25 Top Ten hits and accepted more than 40 major North American music awards.

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