Artist pays tribute to Roy Orbison

Mike Demers recreates Roy Orbison's distinctive sound onstage during a show at Nanaimo's Port Theatre Sunday (Dec. 4).

Mike Demers

MIKE Demers becomes the Big O onstage during The Lonely: A Tribute to Roy Orbison.

Along with his band mates, Demers recreates Orbison’s distinctive sound and they try to emulate the feel of the original recordings.

Audience members can expect to hear songs such as Crying, You Got It, In Dreams and Only the Lonely.

The show is Sunday (Dec. 4), 7:30 p.m. at the Port Theatre.

Tickets are $47 and are available in advance by calling 250-754-8550 or www.porttheatre.com.

For more information, please go to www.thelonely.ca.

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