James Struthers, who has been compared to singers Jason Mraz, John Mayer and Jack Johnson, will perform alongside Laurell at the Watershed Café in Walnut Grove this weekend.

Watershed moment

Western Canada tour brings pair of musicians to Langley café

Hot on the heels of a hit single and viral video, singer-songwriter James Struthers will team up with B.C. artist Laurell for a Western Canada tour, reaching Langley’s Watershed Arts Café on Saturday, May 12 at 7:30 p.m. at

Struthers, a Winnipeg artist, has been compared to Jason Mraz, John Mayer and Jack Johnson.

B.C. artist Laurell has had some serious success over the last couple of years, including a Top Ten radio single called “Can’t Stop Falling” and winning Pop Recording of the Year at the Western Canadian Music Awards.

Her songs have been featured on such television programs as The Real World, Degrassi, The Biggest Loser, Meet The Wilsons and GoToGal.

The Watershed Arts Café is located at 20349 88 Ave. Tickets are $7 at door.

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