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Upcoming Events

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Past Events

Sat. May 26th 2018
For The Love of Music Wil, Eric Harper, Tal Bachman, Lola Parks, Scotty Hills, Compassion Machine, Tom Hooper, Stephanie MacphersonLucky Bar Victoria BC (No Minors)
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Fri. March 2nd 2018
I Break Strings WilUpstairs Lounge - Oak Bay Recreation Centre Victoria BC (All Ages)
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Sat. January 30th 2016
WilThe Duke Saloon Victoria BC (No Minors)
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Wed. March 18th 2015
"In Your Backyard Tour" Burton Cummings with the Burton Cummings Band, WilClarke Foundation Theatre Mission BC (All Ages)
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Wil


Label: Cordova Bay Records
Roots Rock from Qualicum Beach BC

Contact Details

Caroline Mimnaugh
caroline@ibreakstrings.com
2509274307

WiL's music is gaining recognition from a string of songs, including ‘Roam,’ flagship anthem to Travel Alberta’s award winning media campaign ‘Remember To Breathe’. His latest album 'El Paseo' was nominated 'Solo Roots Album of The Year' at 2015 Western Canadian Music Awards - No wonder.... the ease with which WiL explores a wide spectrum of themes and styles in his songwriting shows a lifetime of fearless musicianship. His tunes are catchy but not overstated - a dynamic performer who effortlessly balances out moments of gritty intensity with those so tender you swear you hear is heart beating through a microphone. As such his live shows have been coined 'legendary' - affording him the opportunity to share the stage with such musically diverse artists as Feist, Matt Andersen, Matthew Good & Big Sugar to name a few. Whether speaking to his masterful passionate string-breaking live performance or writing music for film, WiL is in his element - he was simply born to make music

Current Lineup

NameRoleDates
Keith Gallant drummer2013-present
Lena Birtwistlekeys / vocals2014-present

Videos

'Make Make' by WiL
In this Video Artist(s) Wil
Posted: Mar. 1, 2016
A Whoo Hoo - Official Video
In this Video Artist(s) Wil
Posted: Mar. 1, 2016


Future Events

The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division