Brett Wildeman's Rocky Road tour will stop in Rossland on Saturday

Finding your way can often be a rocky road

Brett Wildeman's Rocky Road tour will stop in Rossland on Saturday, March 8 at the Alpine Grind Café.

Finding your way can often be a rocky road.  Some stumble through life, while others blaze trails.

Brett Wildeman has been slowly but steadily crafting his raw folk sound over the past few years while performing in intimate venues throughout B.C. and Alberta.

A Rocky Road Tour is an ode to the fossil fuel dependent path Canada’s federal and provincial governments are leading us down, as the Joint Review Panel has given the green light to contentious Northern Gateway Pipeline.

The tour will stop in Rossland on Saturday, March 8 at the Alpine Grind Café.

This is a time where Canadians must dig in or let the carbon emissions levy break.

2013 was a year of success and artistic growth for Wildeman, characterized by more than 40 tour dates, the release of Mother Earth, and a 700-kilometre, carbon-neutral cycle-tour of coastal British Columbia.

In 2014, Wildeman has turned his focus to the release of a forthcoming EP and carbon neutral touring efforts.

 

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