This Shuswap family plays together

Award-winning performer and his family have been entertaining local residents for several years.

  • Dec. 8, 2012 4:00 p.m.

Award-winning local artist Chris Stevens and his family have been entertaining local residents for several years.

He has been nominated for multiple awards, has composed a song that was played during the Olympic torch relay and another which appeared on the movie screen with Hollywood’s best.

Now, he will be taking the stage at the Carlin Hall.

Local artist Chris Stevens has a long list of accomplishments but that hasn’t kept this Shuswap musician from staying humble.

Stevens and his family have been entertaining local residents for years, and will be performing at Carlin Hall Dec. 15, with the show beginning at 7:30 p.m..

Stevens is a multi-talented powerhouse with outstanding musical capabilities.

His ability to master the banjo, acoustic guitar, mandolin and dobro, as well as vocals, has allowed him to create a truly unique bluegrass sound.

Stevens’  composed and recorded the song Cowgirl Pride with Kd Lang and Ben Mink for the movie soundtrack of Even Cowgirls Get The Blues, which featured Uma Thurman and Keanu Reeves.

His music has also appeared in the Simpsons video game Hit and Run.


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