Chapel concert features Alberta’s Joal Kamps

Joal Kamps, Alberta’s songwriting, story-telling sensation performs in the intimate confines of the chapel at Providence Farm

Joal Kamps, Alberta’s songwriting, story-telling sensation performs in the intimate confines of the chapel at Providence Farm Friday, Sept. 18 starting at 7 p.m.

Named after his grandfathers John and Albert, who both immigrated to Canada as young men, Joal obviously inherited an adventurous spirit.

He travelled widely and did everything before taking to music, from helping out in impoverished communities in El Salvador to walking the runways as a male fashion model in Italy, he’s got lots of material to use as story-fodder.

His debut album Sojourner won an Album of the Year Award at the 2012 Western Canadian Music Awards with his first single Take My World Apart winning Song of the Year Award in the 2012 Independent Music Awards.

Now, he’s out on the road touring is newest music.

Tickets are $20 each. Buy them online at providence.bc.ca and get ready for a great evening in a great location.

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