Popular crooner makes welcome return

Canadian country crooner George Canyon is easy on the eye as well as the ear.

His indoor shows in Duncan have always drawn full houses but this is his first time at Sunfest and his fans are excited.

Although he’s been lifted by industry accolades, achievements and sustained success, his integrity and dedication to his family lives through Canyon’s songs.

It is also the same force that drives him towards a significant amount of charity work for both juvenile diabetes and supporting Canadian troops.

His inspirational song, I Believe in Angels, still gets heavy airplay and in recent years, and he’s also one of the most recognizable and requested stars on Country Music Television. The popular performer regularly plays more 100 shows a year in his home country, ensuring his base of adoring fans gets to see him often.

Singles like Just Like You, written for Canyon’s son, Kale, and selections like Madi’s Song, for his daughter, show off his love of his kids.

As his fans know, George Canyon is really most at home performing live, making his audience feel like family so watch for him on the Sunfest mainstage Friday, Aug. 1, starting at 7:30 p.m. Go to sunfestconcerts.com and order your tickets today.

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