VIDEO: Canadian musician Lynn Miles to perform in Sooke

Show takes place Feb. 3 at Holy Trinity Anglican Church

Ontario-based singer/songwriter Lynn Miles will take the stage at the Sooke Folk Music Society’s first concert of the year.

The show will take place on Saturday, Feb. 3, at Holy Trinity Anglican Church.

Miles has established herself as a Canadian musician, winning a Canadian Folk Music award for English songwriter of the Year in 2011, and in 2003 won a Juno for roots and traditional solo album of the year.

She has lived in Ottawa, Los Angeles, Nashville and Austin, Tex.. in pursuit of her music career, and has toured throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe performing.

Miles has produced 12 albums; the most recent – Downpour – was released in 2013.

Her Sooke concert begins at 8 p.m., doors at 7:30. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $15 at Shoppers Drug Mart, or $20 at the door.

For more upcoming events from the Sooke Folk Music Society, please go online to

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