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Canadian country legends, Doc Walker are back with the announcement of their cross-Canada tour – Acoustic Songs & Stories from the Heartland. To celebrate the announcement, the duo will be releasing the official music video for their latest single “Get Back on My Horse” with an exclusive first look on The Boot, October 17.
“Get Back On My Horse”, which was released on the 2017 album, Weathervane features that classic Doc Walker sound, combining stellar harmonies and a sentimental story.
The video for the single is directed by Mike Latschislaw and features a slideshow of fellow Canadians demonstrating their resilience, with some paying homage to loved ones they’ve lost along the way. Featured in the video is an RCMP officer holding a photo of a colleague lost on duty, a daughter honouring her father, and Doc Walker’s own Chris Thorsteinson with a group of friends paying homage to one they lost.
“Get Back on My Horse may go down as my favourite Doc Walker song, ever,” says Dave Wasyliw. “The lyrics make me cry, but the song still has this ‘hopeful/liberating’ feeling to it. The recording is lovely, and Chris’ voice has never sounded better!”
Upcoming Tour Dates:
January 26, 2019 – Winnipeg, MC | Club Regent Event Centre
February 3, 2019 – Parry Sound, ON | Charles W Stockey Centre
February 4, 2019 – London, ON | London Music Hall
February 5, 2019 – Meaford, ON | Meaford Hall Arts & Cultural Centre
February 7, 2019 – Ottawa, ON | National Arts Centre – Studio Theatre
February 8, 2019 – Belleville, ON | The Empire Theatre
February 18, 2019 – Mission, BC | Clarke Theatre
February 19, 2019 – Campbell River, BC | The Tidemark Theatre
February 21, 2019 – Quesnel, BC | Quesnel & District Senior Centre
February 22, 2019 – Prince George, BC | Prince George Playhouse
February 23, 2019 – Fort St. John, BC | The Lido Theatre
February 24, 2019 – Grande Prairie, AB | Douglas Cardinal Arts Centre
For more information on upcoming tour dates and to purchase tickets, please visit.
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