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Home County is proud to present this tribute to one of Canada’s greatest songwriters, Stan Rogers, for the second year in a row. Last year’s presentation was scheduled for one night (May 31st) but it sold out so quickly that we had to add a second night. It also sold out quickly. So, this year we have decided to present two nights of this enormously popular show. This is a fund-raising event to support Home County’s activities year-round.
Many fans consider Stan Rogers the greatest Canadian folksinger ever, and the loss due to his death in an airline disaster in 1983 is still felt deeply. He left us when he was only 33 but left behind an enormous body of work which chronicles Canadian life from his familial home in the Atlantic Provinces, westward to the oil fields of Alberta and the Rocky Mountains and northward to the Arctic. His well-known song “Northwest Passage” is considered by some to be Canada’s second national anthem and was recently released on the legendary American singer-songwriter Judy Collins’ new album, Winter Stories!
This evening will feature six singers performing selections from Stan’s enormous catalogue backed up by an all-star band.