Several times during the concert, Corb Lund performed requests from members of the audience.

PHOTOS: Corb Lund plays intimate show to sold out crowd

Corb Lund came to Smithers and wowed the crowd with his classic cowboy style.

By Tom Best

Corb Lund came to Smithers and wowed the crowd with his classic cowboy style.

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Lund looked the part of a travelling cowboy with his comfortable clothes and worn-in black hat.

Story telling comes easily to this young man. He usually plays with a full band but his solo performance did not suffer without their support. Lund’s country and western style is reminiscent of a more classic style than can be heard most of the time these days. The local crowd appreciated and enjoyed that style. (Tom Best photos)

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