PNE VANCOUVER, 2019

Thanks to all who attended our show in Vancouver recently at the PNE…once again, we were blessed with good weather, even though the rain had been spitting a bit around 6PM, just a couple of hours before we hit the stage. Two large Canadian exhibition shows in one week, great crowds and great response at both…seems the followers STILL like hearing all the songs live that have been on the radio for so many years. It’s always a pleasure to play Vancouver, a beautiful city with a lot of its own music history…(Adams, Loverboy, etc.)

Will post some great photos from both Toronto and Vancouver very soon, but in the meantime, we’re getting ready for “Shake The Lake” just outside Regina next week…heartfelt thanks to all who are still following what we’re doing…

Peace and calm…BLC

About Burton Cummings

Recipient, Order of Canada & Order of Manitoba. Voice & Songwriter: American Woman (6m+ plays), These Eyes, (5m+ plays) & Stand Tall.

Comments

  1. Christine Campbell says

    You really shouldn’t be surprised that people still come out in large numbers to your concerts. Great music is timeless. I’ve been a fan for more than 50 years. “These Eyes” was the first record I ever bought. It was April 1969 and I was 10 years old. I have been buying and enjoying your music ever since, and also attending your concerts both in the Guess Who days and your solo career..Thank you so much for so many years of such wonderful music!

  2. Sharon Pilkington says

    It never fails to rain in Vancouver. Good thing it cleared up and no one was standing in it during the concert. The diehards would be there regardless rain or shine.

  3. Cincy Mike says

    Great to hear the Toronto and Vancouver shows went great and and drew large and enthusiastic crowds. A real testament to those great songs you wrote Burton and that magical voice that just keeps on belting out those songs. Love, peace and blessings to you Burton. Cincy Mike

  4. Lynda Stewart says

    Thanks so much Burton I was there with my sister. We are both avid fans and have seen you perform many times in Vancouver. Great show that never disappoints. Looking forward to seeing you again in October in Duncan on Vancouver Island.

  5. Cheryl Rivard says

    Thank-you Burton for all the years of going to your concerts and listening to your great spirit and your wonderful performance. I have loved listening to your amazing singing voice since I was a teenager in Winnipeg. I will continue going to your concerts always …cheers and bless you!

  6. Trevor Rae says

    Burton, I first saw you in concert in the spring of 2015 and I was immediately hooked! I went to six more of your shows over the next few years and I’m especially excited about tonight because tonight, you are playing in my hometown of Brandon, Manitoba! This will be a real treat! Your “Up Close and Alone” show is wonderful! Seven other members of my family will be at your show with me tonight, including my 10-year-old daughter, who loves your music and will be seeing you live for the first time. Thank you for the beautiful music you’ve given us over the years and for continuing to share your talents with us. You’re one of my all-time favourites and I’ll be rockin’ along with you in the front row tonight. Thank you for coming to Brandon! 🙂

  7. Daniel Hudelson says

    Hi BLC.

    As I’ve been “investigating” your “Shiny Stockings”, I came across this modern rendition of yours. VERY slick execution… I really do think this one ups the ante regarding degree of difficulty, well beyond “Mack” or anything I recall seeing you perform – both vocal- or piano-wise. Doesn’t matter if anyone doesn’t know it, but PLENTY of fans know it, AND any jazz-inclined person also. The degree of razzle-dazzle is undeniable for all to behold anyway.
    This easy but agile vocal kills it.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XDnB9P_T4o

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