Ladysmith’s Ryan McMahon is playing the Providence Farm chapel in Duncan on Saturday. (Zach Hoskin Photo)

Ryan McMahon playing solo show at Providence Farm chapel

Ladysmith singer-songwriter working on new music

Ryan McMahon’s solo tour brings him back home to Vancouver Island for an intimate show at the Providence Farm chapel on Saturday.

The Ladysmith singer-songwriter and Lion Bear Fox band member is currently working on new music as part of an upcoming record.

Over the course of his career, McMahon has toured Canada countless times, released four full-length albums, and seen his music licensed nationally and abroad. He has shared the stage with an extremely wide-variety of artists, ranging from Lisa Loeb & Buffy Sainte-Marie to Nickelback and Mother Mother.

Doors are at 7 p.m. with the show starting at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $20 in advance ($25 at the door) and can be purchased at Duncan Music, Providence Farm Store and www.eventbrite.ca

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