Connor Foote is a country/folk singer and songwriter from the beautiful scenic town of Cranbrook B.C. Previously, Connor has shared the stage with Valdy, Ken Hamm, Ben Rogers, toured BC & Alberta with Jack Marks and friends, and has spent a lot of time playing shows in Vancouver with his pals. As for influences on his music, whatever your dad or grandfather is into is probably on the right track; but Connor predominantly found his inspiration from grandfather Ed King, an award-winning Country Gospel musician. Ed continues to inspire Connor to work hard pursuing and infusing music into his life. Presently, Connor enjoys playing and writing music directly inspired from what he listens to at the moment. This includes tunes from Townes Van Zandt, to Kris Kristofferson, to Bob Dylan, and everything in between. For now, Connor is bunking in Kimberley, working and playing a few shows here and there. He hopes to release his first album this time next year.


With special guests

Yvonne de Laive and the Imaginary Places Band

 Yvonne de Laive - Lead Vocals, Djembe, Harmonica

Malcolm Jaggers - Guitar, Vocals

Mike Adsett - Bass Guitar

Venue Details
The Venue - Performance and Visual Arts Society
3622 Erickson Road, Creston, British Columbia, V0B 1K0, Canada
The Venue - Performance and Visual Arts Society, is a non-profit society located in Erickson (Arrow Creek) B.C. directly beside Erickson School, (not as it is shown on Google maps) and is dedicated to providing a quality music experience for performers and audience alike.