WAG is an a cappella quartet from Vancouver, BC, Canada. Tim Everett, Doug Austin, Katrina Bishop, and Susan Everett create their music using just the human voice. They have been singing for decades.
Since their original inception in 1988(as the 4 Tunes) WAG has performed all over British Columbia in a wide array of venues. They have delighted countless folks in evening concerts, as roving performers in Whistler, and on the main-stage at the P.N.E. Their Vancouver Fringe Festival production “4-Ever Paisley” was a sold out hit and “Pick of the Fringe”. They have shared their love of music with many thousands of students, and have been known to offer fantastic choral workshops. Whether on trains, at festivals, in coffee shops, or on large stages, WAG’s tremendous musicality, honest approach, and infectious fun has something for everyone.
A WAG concert will make you laugh and make you cry. There will be finger-snapping favourites like “Son of a Preacher Man” and “Sixty Minute Man”. You’ll hear sweet and well-crafted original songs like “Good Night for Stars” and “East Van Anthem”.
Most recently WAG has been focusing on creating original music and performing around the lower mainland. In the summer of 2016 they performed a string of shows in Nova Scotia. They would be honoured to bring their songs to you.
In February of 2013 they released their full-length CD, Magic Show. Clicking here will take you to their webstore to download it. If you want to order an actual CD, contact us. The full recording is also available for digital download on iTunes and other major web stores.
Westerly: situated toward or belonging to the west.
A cappella: without instrumental accompaniment.
Group: a number of individuals assembled together or having some unifying relationship.