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Séan McCann Sings In The Cold

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Séan has announced new tour dates in Ontario this February! Séan’s second Toronto show is a benefit performance at the Glenn Gould Studio on February 20 in support of Renascent! He’ll also be performing in Hamilton and London. Check out all of the dates and details below.

February 19, 2015 – Toronto, ON – C’est What – BUY TICKETS

February 20, 2015 – Toronto, ON – Glenn Gould Studio – Renascent Benefit – BUY TICKETS 

February 21, 2015 – Hamilton, ON – The Pearl Company – BUY TICKETS

February 22, 2015 – London, ON – London Music Club – BUY TICKETS

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New Alan Doyle Dates Announced; Presales On Now!

Friday, December 5, 2014

Two new dates have been added to Alan’s upcoming So Let’s Go tour in Buffalo, NY and Chilliwack, BC! Presales tickets for both shows are available now through AlanDoyle.ca.

To see all of Alan’s upcoming dates, head to the AlanDoyle.ca Tour page.

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‘So Let’s Go’ Tour Announced!

Monday, November 10, 2014

We’re also very excited to announce the So Let’s Go North American tour! Presale information for all shows including links and start times can be found in the chart below. To see all of Alan’s upcoming dates including his previously announced shows this January, head to the AlanDoyle.ca Tour page.

Fans who participate in ticket presales through AlanDoyle.ca, will be given the opportunity to pre-order a signed copy of So Let’s Go! Additionally, you’ll have the chance to order Alan’s new book Where I Belong as part of the same purchase.

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Alan Doyle Announces New Album ‘So Let’s Go’

Monday, November 10, 2014

soletsgocoverartOn January 20, Alan will release his second solo album, So Let’s Go. Listen to the title track, “So Let’s Go” here and read what Alan has to say about the new record below. So Let’s Go will be available through AlanDoyle.ca and on iTunes.

“If there’s an over-arching theme on this record, it’s one of optimism. With the last record, I felt a need to keep some of the traditional influences out, to establish my first solo record as separate from the band. With this album, there’s a comfort in doing something new without losing touch with the familiar.”

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