Campbell and Green return to valley

Robert Campbell and Cailin Green are returning to B.C. this June to launch their brand new CD, ‘east’.

Robert Campbell and Cailin Green

Robert Campbell and Cailin Green are returning to B.C. this June to launch their brand new CD, ‘east’.

One year ago this month, Robert and Cailin left B.C. to follow their dreams, all the way to Nova Scotia. Now living outside of Dartmouth, they have spent these last months honing their songwriting skills and working with producer Jamie Robinson to create a delightful new CD of original tunes.

Well known in the Lower Mainland area for their past community involvement, business and volunteer work, Campbell and Green have many friends and acquaintances here.

“Where better to kick off our B.C. tour and launch our new CD?” asks Campbell. “We look forward to seeing everyone. There are many people here who are very special to us.”

This dynamic couple have been involved in numerous community theatre productions and shows such as the Ridge Meadows Opry and the Millennium Players.

Campbell and Green will be playing Saturday, June 8 at Bob’s Bar & Grill in Aldergrove as well as other concerts around B.C. For times and more information, visit or email:

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