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Oliver Swain and Glenna Garramone bring their project Tower of Song – a creative tribute to Leonard Cohen to the West End Cultural Centre on June 5th.

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Oliver Swain and Glenna Garramone bring their project Tower of Song – a creative tribute to Leonard Cohen to the West End Cultural Centre on June 5th.

Everybody Knows that Leonard Cohen fans can’t get enough of his music. Besides his MTS Centre appearance last spring, the Prairie Theatre Exchange staged a high-profile production of Chelsea Hotel: The Songs of Leonard Cohen, in January.

On June 5, B.C. singer-songwriters Oliver Swain and Glenna Garramone, along with local singer Nathan Rogers and cellist Corbin Keep, will take part in Tower of Song — A Creative Tribute to Leonard Cohen at the West End Cultural Centre.

Swain and Garramone will re-imagine Cohen’s songs and present some of their own material.

Tickets, for $15, are available at the WECC, Ticketmaster, Music Trader and the Winnipeg Folk Festival Music Store. Tickets at the door will go for $20.

 

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