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Doc Walker brings 14-city tour at MTS Centre on March 18

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Manitoba’s top country act, Doc Walker, will co-headline the 2013 CMT Hitlist tour with Alberta’s Grammy-nominated Emerson Drive. The 14-city tour will stop at the RBC Theatre at MTS Centre on March 18, with B.C.-born singer/songwriter Aaron Pritchett opening the show.

Tickets for the tour are $39.50 and $49.50 plus agency fee, on sale Saturday at Ticketmaster.

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If you can’t wait until springtime for your rootsy-music fix, you can check out the Prince Edward Island duo of Richard Wood (fiddle) and Gordon Belsher (guitar, vocals) when they appear at the West End Cultural Centre on Nov. 21.

Tickets for Wood & Belsher are $20 in advance and $25 at the door; advance tickets are available at Ticketmaster, the WECC, Music Trader and the Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store.

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