Having played in the Wallaceburg area back in the 1970’s, Tom Cochrane says he’s thrilled to come back to perform at the inaugural Otter Creek Jam Fest on Saturday, August 3, 2019.
“Are you kidding me… I think this is so cool,” Cochrane told the Sydenham Current.
“That we are the first and it’s the inaugural festival, so we are going to rock the place. We are going to have a great time. I’ll play a couple of acoustic songs in the middle, but there is going to be a lot of energy to this show. I’m so excited.”
Cochane added: “I have a lot of friends down in the Sarnia area and in Wallaceburg… I played back there, I can’t even remember the venue, but we used to go in there with our old step band and beat up car. I was in a band called Harvest and I was in a band called the St. Thomas Blues Band and we used to play down there in the ’70’s. So, we’re coming back victorious after all these years.”
Listen to the full interview between Dana Haggith of the Sydenham Current and Cochrane below:
Cochrane will be joined by Red Rider on the Otter Creek Jam Fest main stage on Saturday evening.
There set is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m.
For tickets and more details, visit www.ottercreekjamfest.com.