WADE FEHR: Tales Of Ghosts & Graveyards
Thursday, October 22nd @ 7:30pm
Wade Fehr has been performing around Saskatchewan for over 20 years, recently as a founding member of the Prince Albert based band The Goats. Born and raised on the prairies, his song writing reflects the wide open spaces and living skies. Fehr paints a picture in his listener’s mind whilst singing the stories of his life as well as the people and places he has encountered. Playing an eclectic mix of country, blues and singer/songwriter styles he reaches a large variety of music lovers. A talented guitarist, Wade also mixes in the sounds of the harmonica and other instruments. Music has always been more than a passion for Wade, but an essential part of life.
Over the past few years Wade has performed at the Ness Creek music festival, the Northern Lights Bluegrass festival, Prince Albert’s Chesterfest and opened for the legendary Burton Cummings.
Fehr released his first full length album in the spring of 2019. “My Way Back Home” is an honest record from the depths of his heart. Inspired entirely by his family, listeners can feel the love shared with every track. This October comes the release of an EP from Fehr with a much different inspiration. Titled “Of Ghosts and Graveyards” it is a dark contrast to its preceder. Drawing from personal ghost sightings and the ominous feeling of graveyards, Fehr tells these campfire ghost stories in his singer/songwriter, country/blues style.