College-radio chart-topper plays Enderby

Fresh off their successful tour of the B.C. Interior, Folk Thief and My Boy Rascal are now headed to Winnipeg but, bowing to popular demand, they’re making an Interior stop at Cliffs Cafe in Enderby on the way.

Fresh off their successful tour of the B.C. Interior, Folk Thief and My Boy Rascal are now headed to Winnipeg but, bowing to popular demand, they’re making an Interior stop at Cliffs Cafe in Enderby on the way.

“We had a blast on tour together, and there was such a great response everywhere we played that we’re really looking forward to a great time in Enderby,” said Dave Hadgkiss, aka Folk Thief.

The musicians are on the road to promote their debut albums: Love, Heartache and Oblivion (Folk Thief), and The Study of Animal Magicality (My Boy Rascal, aka Colby Ramsay).

The latest incarnation of Vancouver-based indie singer/songwriter Hadgkiss, Folk Thief has gone from a relative unknown, just a year ago, to having his debut album, Love, Heartache and Oblivion, make the top 10 (folk/roots/blues) on college radio charts across Canada.

On Saturday, Folk Thief and My Boy Rascal will bring acoustic folk-pop to Cliffs Cafe (409 Cliff Ave.) at 8 p.m. Admission is by donation.