Folk-rock duo JK Edwards and Cara Luft make up the band called The Small Glories which is performing at Langley’s Bez Arts Hub in November. Courtest Mike Latschislaw

Folk-rock fusion performing in Langley

The Small Glories is a Winnipeg singer-songwriter duo performing at Bez Arts Hub on Nov. 18.

Roots duo, The Small Glories are making their way from Winnipeg to Langley to perform at the Bez Arts Hub.

Cara Luft and JD Edwards make up the singer-songwriter duo that originated on the Manitoba prairie.

The musicians describe themselves as a ‘study in contrasts,’ as Luft’s folk tunes are a perfect match for Edwards’ rock-style.

Luft plays the banjo and Edwards plays the guitar.

The two came together by accident during an anniversary show at Winnipeg’s West End Cultural Centre.

Their debut album titled Wondrous Traveler was released in 2016. The album was nominated for two Canadian Folk Music Awards and hit the Top 10 lists of many critics across North America and Europe. The pair’s next album is scheduled to be released in February 2019.

The Small Glories will perform in Langley on Nov. 18 from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Bez Arts Hub is located at 20230 64 Ave.

Advanced tickets cost $32 are can be purchased online here.

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