Chris Ho, Liam McLaren, Devil Woman (Lo Waight)

Fri. August 23rd 7:30PM - 10:00PM doors at 7:00PM (All Ages)
$10 On sale now
Tickets at: Vinyl Envy
Presented by: Vinyl Envy
Vinyl Envy is very proud to present another All Ages in-store performance from the talented:

Chris Ho (Vancouver, BC)
http://www.chrishomusic.me/
Chris Ho first began performing in Victoria BC, where he attended the University of Victoria and completed his BA. While cooped up in a dorm, he honed his craft, recording scores of demos that he handed out to hundreds of people both at shows and on campus. Since then he has recorded one EP and two full-length albums - one of which earned him the award for Island Songwriter of the Year in the 2013 Vancouver Island Music Awards

Ho's latest release, 'Places You've Been', has been described as an album 'imbued with an indomitable essence of heartfelt authenticity' (The Other Press)

with
Liam McLaren (Victoria, BC)
Formerly of The Archers and Zoo Riots, Liam McLaren writes his own originals, steeped in modern psychedelic indie rock. He writes songs about the human condition and his influences range from Radiohead & Tame Impala to Wilco and the Arctic Monkeys. We are excited to welcome him back to the shop~

and the talented
Devil Woman (Victoria, BC)
Devil Woman is the current musical project of Victoria's very own Lo Waight (of Lo Waight and The Rattlesnakes)~! "Devil Woman" is a term used when dealing with an abnormally aggressive and dramatic female. It is meant to be humorous generally, especially if said in front of the woman in question" - Urban Dictionary

Lo's songwriting blends modern sensibility with a vintage-retro aesthetic interwoven into beautiful folk songs, we're very stoked to welcome them back~

~ ~ Friday August 23rd ~ ~
Doors 7:00PM - Music 7:30PM
$10 at the door - ALL AGES Welcome

[Vinyl Envy Records & Live Music]
1717 Quadra Street

Tickets available online at Eventbrite
or physicals available in-store

Chris Ho (Acoustic/Folk/Indie)

Ranging from soulful folk ballads to bright happy-go-lucky melodies, Chris Ho achieves a balance between lyrical introspection and melodic accessibility. Since first picking up the guitar at fifteen years old, Chris has been writing prolifically. Many of his old albums were haphazardly recorded using either an old 4-track tape recorder in his room,... more info