Zakk Wylde, leader of Black Label Society and Southern rock band Pride & Glory, has announced “An Evening With Zakk Wylde”, a 13-date Canadian tour that will feature intimate versions of some of his most popular songs. The dates run throughout February, 2014.
Wylde states, “This is a special “Thank You” to the Canadian fans for making “Ain’t No Sunshine” top 20 – Top 20 people! I love Canada! They always welcome BLS and are so supportive. To do a more intimate, stripped down show, especially in cities where you’re so embraced – is just the ultimate. You can take a song that you’ve played thousands of times, rearrange it and suddenly its something totally fresh and new. Acoustically, the songs are just as powerful and heartfelt. Even transposing them and performing them on piano, they are no less raw and familiar.”
Head down for the full tour schedule.
Thursday, February 13 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
Friday, February 14 Duncan, BC Cowichan Theatre
Saturday, February 15 Kelowna, BC Level
Monday, February 17 Edmonton, AB The Ranch
Tuesday, February 18 Calgary, AB Flames Central
Wednesday, February 19 Medicine Hat, AB The Esplanade Arts Centre
Friday, February 21 Regina, SK The Exchange
Saturday, February 22 Saskatoon, SK The Broadway Theater
Sunday, February 23 Winnipeg, MB The Garrick Theatre
Monday, February 24 Thunder Bay, ON Crocks
Wednesday, February 26 London, ON London Music Hall
Thursday, February 27 Toronto, ON The Danforth Music Hall
Friday, February 28 Montreal, QC Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre
AROUND THE WEB
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