Country singer Bryce Allan performs in Sooke on Jan. 25. (Contributed photo)

Country Night comes to Sooke Legion

Concert features Bryce Allan and Pretty Folk

Music fans who love the sounds of Garth Brooks, Eric Church, Zac Brown Band and folk will be in their glory as Country Night at the Legion hits the stage Jan. 25.

Headlining the show is Bryce Allan, who is building a local fan base on Vancouver Island and expanding his brand across B.C. The other is act is Sooke’s own Pretty Folk, a folk acoustic bluegrass group.

Allan has played at Cloverdale Rodeo to Sunfest Country Music Festival, near Lake Cowichan.

On stage Allan delivers a country music performances with his deep baritone voice that resonates through the audience, you find yourself pulled in on the edge of your seat with chills running up your spine.

“Crossed with his fantastic backing band with great sounds from steal guitar and country licks, you will truly feel you are in a country honky tonk,” Allan’s press release state.

Pretty Folk performs around Sooke regularly. Members of the band include Matt Brett, Pamela Hardy, Ray Greives, Shane Sutherland and Dianna Garcia.

Showtime is 8 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25 at the Royal Canadian Legion in Sooke. Tickets are $15 in advance at or $20 at the door.

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