FRED PENNER MARKS 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF ‘CAT CAME BACK’ WITH CANADIAN TOUR
Fred Penner is hitting the road to mark the 40th anniversary of his beloved album “The Cat Came Back.”
The Winnipeg children’s performer will play a 14 date Canadian tour that hits several of the country’s major cities and a few of their surrounding communities.
The tour puts a spotlight on his 1979 full-length record, which became a favourite with children its spin on folk traditional “The Cat Came Back,” and original songs “Sandwiches” and “John Russell Watkins.”
The album’s success helped Penner land his own CBC-TV series “Fred Penner’s Place,” which produced episodes throughout the 1980’s and 1990’s.
The Cat Came Back 40th Anniversary tour will play various Ontario stop, including Toronto March 3rd, Hamilton March 4th, and London, Ont. March 5th.
Penner also performs concerts in Winnipeg March 8th, Calgary March 10th, Edmonton March 12th and Victoria March 22nd.