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10 Questions with Port Cities

If you've been to a show on this Steven Page Canadian tour then you'll know just what a treat it has been to watch Cape Breton's Port Cities kick things off. Not only that, but they're absolutely wonderful people too - and a joy to have around for this run of shows!

Here's a quick Q&A with the lovely trio, so you can get to know them better and keep up to date with their exciting next steps...

Hello Breagh, Dylan and Carleton, aka Port Cities, our new tour buddies.

How has the tour been for you?

This tour has been awesome. Traveling with Steven and the crew has been one of the most enjoyable tours we’ve ever had, and some of the shows on this run have been over the top. Going to miss our little tour family when it’s all over. 

What was your favourite Steven Page song growing up?

Breagh + Dylan: ‘Old Apartment’: I love this song. I remember just loving the lyrics and the imagery created in the verses.

Carleton: ‘Enid’ was probably my favorite. I have vivid memories of dancing around to “Gordon” in my parents’ basement as an 8 year old.

Have you claimed your free full body massage from Kevin Fox yet?

Yes. He stayed with us in Vernon for two days, so it was free massages all around.

What influences did you have as musical youngsters?

Breagh: I listened to a lot of singer songwriters- Joni Mitchell, Carole King, James Taylor etc. then when I got into high school I started to get more into pop and jazz music. 

Dylan: My father Bruce is a musician, so I was initially inspired by him bringing me on stage with him to play guitar when I was 6 or 7. In my teenage years, I started getting into hip-hop and metal. Now, I appreciate any music that’s done well. 

Carleton: I grew up listening to a lot of rock and folk music. Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen were a big influence on why I wanted to write songs as a teenager.