Langley singer, Cole Armour, on stage for David Foster Foundation

Langley Fine Arts School student, Cole Armour on a roll

Today (Tuesday Oct. 25) Cole Armour sings “River Deep Mountain High” on Entertainment Tonight Canada.
On Friday November 18, 2011 Cole performs with a Symphony Orchestra for the David Foster Foundation “Kids Helping Kids” benefit concert at the Red Robinson Show Lounge. Shylo Sharity, another Langley singer and winner of the BC talent search by the Variety Club earlier this year, will also be on stage for the David Foster Foundation. Shylo opened for country superstar Wynonna Judd recently at the theatre.
Cole Armour will sing “Amazing Grace” at the Remembrance Day Service at the Fort Langley Cenotaph on November 11, 2011. Cole also gives back to the community by being an ambassador for Food for Famine created by Mary Martini. The non-profit society manufactures and distributes Cibo, a nutrient-packed food which is shipped to Third World countries.
See more about Cole Armour in today’s Langley Times by clicking here: Langley Times – ‘Top of the mountain’.

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