Tribe House Songwriter Circle – Jan. 20th

Jan. 20 @ 7pm
Streaming Cafe
Free

Corey Doak
Joshua Smith
Jordan Matchett
Glen Koide

Corey Doak
Corey (with last name pronounced like “oak” tree) has been doing his thing for over 10 years where he has been busy recording 5 albums, winning awards (like the ’09 Covenant Folk/Roots album of the year), playing hundreds of shows around the globe, sharing the stage with legends like Martyn Joseph, and concentrating on growing his hair out. His songs have a unique blend of story, offbeat humor (see Scruffy the Elf video), psalmistry and poetry bound to cause you to either laugh, cry, sit up and take notice, and/or all of the above. He’s a great writer with skills that pay the bills.
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Joshua Smith
After learning to play the gee-tar at age 10 in his hometown of Halifax, Josh moved to Nashville, learned a pile of stuff, and then ventured on to the 13th best city in the world, Kelowna. His tunes remind you of words like folk, pop, chill, imaginative, and are influenced by the the artists frequently played on his iPod like James Taylor, Paul Simon, John Mayer, The Beatles, and maybe a few more. He also played Lille Gard Festthis past summer.
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Jordan Matchett
Jordan is a bit of a newbie to Kelowna and a few of us met him busking on the street downtown playing an old Kay guitar from the 50s (details might be a bit off here). He played outside all summer and apparently was able to earn a decent living doing so but the winter months are too cruel for outdoor musician bravery, so we’re stoked to hear his tunes in the warmth of a cafe.

Glen Koide
Glen is a roots / rock singer songwriter who is one of the most humble artists you will ever meet. He was mysteriously injured in a bike accident a couple of months ago so he wasn’t able to make the Sept. Songwriter Circle. Luckily, he’ll be ready to strum & pick like an 8 fingered gecko. And as for that last analogy, we apologize & realize that it doesn’t make sense but you get the picture.
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