Rutledge, Tyler-Kinjo to play at Stage Door

Talented musicians to perform at the Studio Stage Door on April 15th.

Jory Kinjo will be performing at the Studio Stage Door on Friday

The Stage Door will come alive this Friday April 15th  7:30 pm. Canadian indie artists Jory Kinjo, and Brent Tyler team up with an eclectic collection of songs from the underground, and tales of reflection on two lives spent making music.

The duo of Tyler Kinjo has been years in the making. The two friends joining forces with separate and unique histories to becoming the seasoned musicians they are today. Both artists have accumulated impressive resumes over their years in the Canadian music scene and abroad.

The duo draws from Soul, Folk, Country, Reggae & Blues to create a unique show and a show that appeals to listeners of all tastes.

Kinjo currently lives in New York City, however in the past this Alberta musician has toured with artists from the legendary B.B. King to Ziggy Marley.

Tyler resides in Calgary and spent much of his youth in Penticton and is an Okanagan favourite. He just released his brand new album, “Love Myself” available now.

Opening for this amazing duo is local singer/songwriter, Dawson Rutledge, an 18 year old up and coming talent.

Currently in the CBC searchlight contest with his original song Mysterious Woman. Rutledge has played many BC and Alberta venues, a music festival in Phoenix AZ and has been asked to play the Jersey Shore festival in Seaside NJ this May.

His recently released CD Today, Tonight, Tomorrow has been receiving positive reviews and radio play across Canada.Tickets are $15 each and available at Pharmasave in Cranbrook.


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