Buckman Coe bring the blues to Fernie

Critically acclaimed Vancouver-based musician Buckman Coe is bringing his down home Americana to the Brickhouse in Fernie next week.

Critically acclaimed Vancouver-based musician Buckman Coe is bringing his down home Americana and soul-drenched blues to the Brickhouse in Fernie next week.

Coe is captivating audiences nationwide and beyond with the release of his second album “By The Mountain’s Feet,” and supporting tour.

The album immediately grabs the listener’s attention with soft melodies and robust, soothing vocals. Often compared to the likes of Ben Harper and Jeff Buckley, Buckman Coe is a lot more than the sum of his influences. This yogi, counselor, and proud ecological/social citizen’s positivity and awareness can definitely be felt lyrically throughout his latest album.

Like his album, Buckman Coe’s live show is refreshingly honest, effortlessly defined by crisp, emotive vocals, and he spends a lot of time on the road making sure his live show gets better and better. Prior to his upcoming tour across Canada, Buckman will be travelling to Memphis and New Orleans for a series of showcases. With all of this experience under his belt, it certainly comes as no surprise that Buckman was recently voted second for Best Unsigned Band in Vancouver in The 2011 Georgia Straight Readers Choice Awards.

Don’t miss out on your chance to see Buckman Coe on March 21 at The Brickhouse, Fernie.

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