West My Friend band members from left, Alex Rempel, Jeff Poynter, Eden Oliver. Courtesy Moss Photography

Langley grads perform in their hometown

West My Friend performs indie-folk at the United Churches of Langley on Nov. 9.

A couple of Langley Fine Arts School graduates are returning to their hometown to share their indie-folk tunes at the United Churches of Langley.

In 2009, the two musicians joined with Eden Oliver, their third band member, and West My Friend was born.

Poynter describes the band as ‘folk music as if it were written by quirky classical musicians.’

West My Friend performs at the United Churches of Langley on 21562 Old Yale Rd. on Friday, Nov. 9. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the concert starts at 7:30.

Tickets are $15 for general admission, $10 for students and seniors, and free for kids under 12. Tickets can be purchased in advanced at the church office.

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