The Port Theatre's Spotlight Series features streamed performances by Harry Manx and Tonye Aganaba

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      The Port Theatre has announced the lineup for its Spotlight Series, which will feature streamed performances from its location in Nanaimo.

      Kicking off the series on February 6 is Harry Manx, who has been described as a "Mysticssippi" blues man.

      “Harry Manx has been called an 'essential link' between the music of East and West," reads the event info on the Port Theatre website, "creating musical short stories that wed the tradition of the blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas. He has created a unique sound that is hard to forget and deliciously addictive to listen to."

      Following Manx will be performances by soul/R&B vocalist Tonye Aganaba on February 12, flamenco-fusion artist Eric Harper on February 19, tenor Ken Lavigne on March 12, and the genre-defying performing arts company Scrap Arts Music in April (date to be announced).

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      Tickets for the livestreams are $12 and you can find them here.