Doucette concert in Langley cancelled

Canadian guitar legend Jerry Doucette has cancelled his Dec. 15 show in Langley

Canadian guitar legend Jerry Doucette comes to Cascades Casino in Langley on Thursday, Dec. 15.

Canadian guitar legend Jerry Doucette comes to Cascades Casino in Langley on Thursday, Dec. 15.

Rock.It Boy Entertainment has cancelled the upcoming concert by Doucette on Thursday, Dec. 15 at the Cascades Casino Resort Summit Theatre, 20393 Fraser Hwy due to unforeseeable circumstances.

Refunds are available at point of purchase.

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Canadian guitar legend Jerry Doucette will perform his iconic rock music at Cascades Casino in Langley on Thursday, Dec. 15, bringing back hits such as Mama Let Him Play, Nobody, Big Gov’t Man and Miracles.

Doucette learned to play guitar from his father and uncle, who were both musicians, and joined his first band, The Reefers, at the age of 11.

Playing in several bands throughout his youth, he launched his self-named group, Doucette in 1977.

Their first album Mama Let Him Play went platinum in Canada, and their success was followed by gold album The Douce is Loose in 1979, which also earned them a Juno Award for Most Promising Group of the Year.

Tickets for the Langley concert are available for $32.50 (plus facility fee and service charges). Charge by phone at 604-530-2211 or online at www.ticketweb.ca.

For more on Doucette, visit www.jerrydoucette.ca.

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