Bremnes to perform inspirational songs at Living Stones Church

Christian singer David Bremnes will perform inspirational songs and also plug the children’s charity Compassion Canada when he stops this month in Red Deer.

Christian singer David Bremnes will perform inspirational songs and also plug the children’s charity Compassion Canada when he stops this month in Red Deer.

The B.C. native will sing tunes from his second release, Light My Way, on Tuesday at Living Stones Church in Red Deer.

“I’m really proud of these new songs. I’m honoured to share them on stages across Western Canada this spring,” said Bremnes, who previously opened for Mercy Me and Jars of Clay.

He will headline during this 12-city tour of churches across Alberta and B.C.

Bremnes will also share with audiences his experiences as a child sponsor with Compassion Canada, and his overseas travels with the half-century-old Christian child development organization that operates in 26 countries.

Tickets are available at www.DanBremnes.com.

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