Phil Dwyer visited the PQB News/VI Free Daily studios. (Michael Briones photo)

PQBeat: Qualicum Beach musician, lawyer Phil Dwyer

Juno Award winner talks music legends, ‘The Ballad of Bonnie Henry’ and more

The PQB News has launched a podcast, PQBeat (follow us here or you can also search ‘PQBeat’ on iTunes or the Podcast App on your iPhone).

For our latest installment, VI Free Daily editor Philip Wolf and PQB News publisher Peter McCully chatted with Phil Dwyer of Qualicum Beach. The Juno Award-winning musician, Member of the Order of Canada and practising lawyer talked about some of the legends he has played alongside, offered advice for young musicians and explained how he came to write ‘The Ballad of Bonnie Henry’.

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