Buckman Coe brings laid back style to Penticton

Blues musician Buckman Coe will play Fibonacci's in Penticton on Sunday.

Critically acclaimed, Vancouver-based musician Buckman Coe is bring his soul-drenched blues to Fibonacci’s Roastery and Café on Sunday.

In support of his latest album, By The Mountain’s Feet which releases on March 20, Coe kicked off his cross-Canada tour on March 16 in Vancouver. His sophomore release grabs the listener’s attention with soft melodies and robust, soothing vocals. Coe is often compared to the likes of Ben Harper and Jeff Buckley.

His positive and awareness can be felt lyrically throughout his latest album. From Honey Child, the up-tempo bluesy invitation for love, to Brother a beautiful lyrical portrait where landscape meets the mind.

Coe’s live show is refreshingly honest, effortlessly defined by crisp, emotive vocals. The artist said he spends a lot of his time on the road making sure his live show gets better and better.

Prior to his upcoming tour across Canada, Coe will be travelling to Memphis and New Orleans for a series of showcases. With a wealth of experience under his belt, Coe was recently voted second for Best Unsigned Band in Vancouver in the 2011 Georgia Straight readers choice awards. Since his first solo release Latest Waking in 2009, he has appeared at Oregon Country Fair, Komasket Festival, Towards Eden Festival, Burning Man, Vancouver Fringe Festival (with a production of Siddhartha) and has toured B.C., Washington, Oregon, Colorado and Ontario.