Carol Lynn Friesen will be in Williams Lake fo a concert at the St. John Lutheran Church on April 16.

Carol Lynn Friesen will be in Williams Lake fo a concert at the St. John Lutheran Church on April 16.

Carol Lynn Friesen concert coming to WL April 16

Award winning Canadian singer songwriter Carol Lynn Friesen will be in concert in Williams Lake April 16.

Award winning Canadian singer songwriter Carol Lynn Friesen will be in concert in Williams Lake April 16 with songs from her fourth album Seize The Day.

Her new celtic pop worship album was nominated at the 2012 Covenant Awards (Gospel Music Association Canada) for Inspirational Album of the Year and Instrumental Song of the Year for I Can Fly.

The first single off the album receiving airplay across Canada on Christian radio stations is an original song she wrote and composed called Cover Me With Your Love also on her webpage.

She has toured Canada from coast to coast doing ministry concerts, radio interviews, television appearances and instore concerts with CD signing at Christian music stores along with Chapters and Indigo where she has national distribution. Over the past 10 years Friesen has sung for a fundraising Katrina Relief concert for a church youth group in Charlottetown, PEI to go and help rebuild in New Orleans, toured with Jason McCoy as a shared charity with World Vision, opened up with her seven piece band for Aaron Lines at the Burlington Sound of Music Festival at Spencer Smith Park in front of 10,000 people, and sang with Patricia Conroy and Joe Scutella in Nashville the songwriters for Only Better a song she recorded on her You Make Me Smile album.

Friesen has performed on 100 Huntley Street in Burlington, Ont. along with other television programs in Winnipeg, Saskatoon, and Lethbridge.

Also check out her webpage to hear her singing her original song, You Make Me Smile on the Breakfast Television in Edmonton. You Make Me Smile also landed on the top 100 Canadian Country song charts and was nominated for Country Song of the Year at the Shai Awards.

The concert takes place at St. John Lutheran Church at 377 Hodgson Road in Williams Lake, Tuesday, April 16 7 p.m. Tickets are $8 at the door.


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