This Major Fundraising Event is Proudly Presented by The Rotary Club of Shelburne
Friday August 11th- At 9pm
For the first time ever in Shelburne Corb Lund will perform at the Heritage Music Festival on Friday August 11th @ 9pm at the Centre Dufferin Recreation Complex.
Juno award winner Corb Lund grew up in Southern Alberta living on his family's farm and ranches near Taber, Cardston and Rosemary. He is known for his Albertan Pride. Lund left his hometown of Taber and moved to Edmonton, where he enrolled in the Grant MacEwan College to study jazz guitar and bass.
Lund was a founding member of The Smalls. The band retired in the fall of 2001, but reunited in 2014 for a string of shows, the so-called "Slight Return" tour.
Lund formed his country trio, the Corb Lund Band in 1995. The band changed its name to "Corb Lund and the Hurtin' Albertans" shortly after guitarist Grant Siemens joined the group, and has been touring and recording under that title ever since.
Lund currently lives in Lethbridge, Alberta, and spends much of his downtime at his family ranch south of Cardston, Alberta.
Regular Ticket Price: $45.00