Colin Fowlie’s first official tour includes 11 performances in 13 days through Ontario and Quebec. His new EP ‘Harmony’ comes out October 12.
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Colin Fowlie admits to being a later bloomer. Giving strong validation to the overused phrase ‘better late than never’, Fowlie is quickly becoming one of Fredericton’s most recognized performers. His deep voice and more than capable skills on the guitar have helped establish a place for his blues driven songwriting among the folk and rock audiences alike.
Fowlie will head out on his first official tour in November. He made the announcement via Facebook Live on Sept. 27.
“Where I’m going to turn 41 years old while I’m out on the road, I guess you could jokingly say this is kind of my 40 year old virgin tour,” said Fowlie. “I’ve done lots of playing around my home province and a couple of gigs outside New Brunswick but this is my first proper tour. I’m really excited.”
Fowlie will also release his new EP, Harmony, on October 12.
Nov. 1 | A.C. Sharkey’s Pub | Bristol, NB
Nov. 2 | L’Escalier Montreal | Montreal, QC
Nov. 3 | Signal Brewing Company | Corbyville, ON
Nov. 4 | Musiikki Café | Kingston, ON
Nov. 5 | The Garnet | Peterborough, ON
Nov. 6 | Tranzac Club | Toronto, ON
Nov. 7 | The Local Pub | Toronto, ON
Nov. 8 | Railway City Brewing Company | St. Thomas, ON
Nov. 11 | Manantler Craft Brewing Co. | Bowmanville, ON
Nov. 12 | Live on Elgin | Ottawa, ON
Nov. 13 | L’Auberge de Jeunesse de Taboussac | Taboussac, QC