On October 18, Laila Biali will take off on a series of fall tour dates, sharing her renditions of tunes from the Great Canadian Songbook. The tour marks the 10-year anniversary of the release of Laila’s album, From Sea to Sky with CBC Records where she took her first steps in covering Canadian songs. Her live shows will include performances of music from some of the most celebrated songwriters including Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Bruce Cockburn, Daniel Lanois, k.d. Lang, Ron Sexsmith and more!
You can listen to Laila’s version of the Neil Young classic, Heart of Gold HERE.
FALL TOUR DATES:
October 18 – La Ronge, SK – Churchill Community High School
October 19 – Rosthern, SK – Station Arts Centre
October 20 – Biggar, SK – Majestic Theatre
October 21 – Kindersley, SK – Norman Ritchie Community Centre
October 23 – Shaunavon, SK – Centre Street United Church
October 24 – Swift Current, SK – Living Sky Casino Event Centre
October 25 – Assiniboia, SK – Prince of Wales Recreation & Cultural Centre
October 25 – Estevan, SK – Estevan Comprehensive High School
October 27 – Yorkton, SK – Anne Portnuff Theatre
October 28 – Langenburg, SK – George Layh Theatre
October 30 – Canora, SK – Canora Composite School
November 1 – Hudson Bay, SK – St. Stephen’s United Church
November 2 – Humboldt, SK – Humboldt District and Gallery
November 3 – Lloydminster, SK – Vic Juba Community Theatre
November 4 – Luseland, SK – Luseland Homecoming Hall
November 8 – Toronto, ON – Koerner Hall, Humber at 50: A Celebration Through Music
November 9 – Saskatoon, SK – The Bassment
November 10 – Sherwood Park, AB – Festival Place
November 24 – Duncan, BC – Cowichan Performing Arts Centre
I’m Jenna, and I am the founder and editor of Canadian Beats. I have had a strong love for Canadian music, which started many years ago. I have a passion for promoting these talented Canadian bands and artists, and that’s how Canadian Beats came to be. I am so proud of what it has become over the last few years, with many talented music lovers and writers coming together to spread the word of Canada’s music.