The Sojourners came into being in the early 2000s on a request from Canadian blues icon Jim Byrnes for backup singers on a session. The three singers Marcus
The Sojourners came into being in the early 2000s on a request from Canadian blues icon Jim Byrnes for backup singers on a session. The three singers Marcus Moseley, Will Sanders, and Khari Mclelland found instantly that they had a chemistry, and shared experience, with formative years singing in churches. The trio has gone on to record three albums that explore themes of hope, the civil rights struggle, and faith. Recently, the wonderful Vancouver based singer Dawn Pemberton has replaced Will Sanders, and will join them at this festival. In The Sojourners’ universe, echoes of doo wop, R&B, country and blues weave together to create a unique sound that has all but vanished from today’s world. The Sojourners’ sound has an authentic edge that only comes with experience. This is real gospel – blessed with a soul that can’t be faked.
Harrison Festival SocietyThe Harrison Festival Society is a strange but wondrous collection of music and art lovers, volunteers and just plain artists! I mean, you won’t find people more dedicated to the Arts than all of these folks. Not only do they produce The Annual Harrison Festival of the Arts, they also bring you their Season of Performing Arts, among other arts & culture events. 98 Rockwell Drive