Musician James Gray will play at Infinitea on Oct. 5 at 8 p.m.

Folk artist James Gray to play in Fernie

Canadian folk musician James Gray is set to play at Infintea on Oct. 5, as part of his second western Canada tour this year.

Canadian folk musician James Gray is set to play at Infintea on Oct. 5, as part of his second western Canada tour this year.

“I did one last spring and I loved it so much that as I was finishing up, I was rebooking gigs and planning for the fall,” he said in an interview with The Free Press.

The tour started in Ottawa and ends in Tofino in November, giving Gray two months to tour his new album, Bigger Things. The tour is a solo mission, with Gray travelling and performing alone for the duration of the tour.

Gray said that people can expect to hear alt-country and Americana styles of music for the performance. He will play at Infinitea on Oct. 5 at 8 p.m.

 

 

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