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PAUL LANGLOIS at The Capital Complex (Fredericton) - Thu Nov 14 2013

· NOV · 14Thu

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At: The Capital Complex
362 Queen Street
Fredericton, NB

Doors at 8:00 pm
Show at 9:00 pm
Show ends at 12:30 am



Best known as the guitarist from The Tragically Hip, Paul Langlois announces his solo headlining Not Guilty Tour this fall. Starting in Fredericton on November 14 and continuing across Canada, the tour will finish in Langlois's hometown of Kingston, Ontario on December 21. The 23-date tour will feature special guests Greg Ball and his band in addition to Australia's million-selling singer-songwriter Pete Murray.

With millions of records sold worldwide, a total of 14 JUNO Awards, an induction into Canada's Hall of Fame and over 12 albums recorded with The Tragically Hip - Langlois returns to the road in support of the release of his sophomore album Not Guilty (November 5, 2013). The album was recorded in just one week at Bathouse Recording Studio in Bath, Ontario and is self-produced by Langlois.

Not Guilty will be released through his record label Ching Music, where Langlois also debuted his first solo album Fix This Head in 2010.

Joining him on tour is Ching Music artist and Kingston based singer-songwriter Greg Ball who will be supporting the release of his sophomore album Mr.Rightplace. Released this past summer, the album draws from experiences of love and loss - showcasing Ball's growing confidence as a songwriter and the tight-knit relationship with his band that includes multi-instrumentalist, Joe Carscallen, drummer Rob Radford and bassist Rob Gillet.

Million-selling Australian singer-songwriter Pete Murray makes a return to Canada on the Not Guilty Tour after making his touring debut opening for Ron Sexsmith last year. As one of the most commercially successful Australian musicians of the past 10 years, Murray's first three albums hit the #1 spot on the Australian charts and earned him several Australian Recording Industry Association Music Awards (ARIA) nominations including a win for Most Performed Australian Work for his song "So Beautiful." After a three-year hiatus from music, Murray connected with American producer Tom Rothrock on his latest album Blue Sky Blue, which was released in Australia in 2011.

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