Rick Worrall


Rick Worrall is a Canadian recording Artist with five albums to his credit. He originally signed to Attic Records in 1978. In the late 80s he and his brother Steve were signed to A&M and in 1991 their self-titled album Worrall was released. In 2000 he teamed with Juno award winning producer Lance Anderson to write and record “When Love Is Right,” a blues project that featured some of the best known Bluesmen including, Domenic Troiano, Colin Linden, and Richie Hayward.

Since making Kelowna his home in 2007, Rick has explored musical theatre and was cast in a number of Kelowna Actors Studio productions, including, Les Misérables as Javert, and Fiddler on the Roof as Tevye. A love of John Denver’s music and knowing how well it would lend to symphony led him to Lee Holdridge, Mr. Denver’s original arranger/conductor, and a friendship began which led to the creation of the concert series, Rocky Mountain High - An Evening of John Denver.

This is Mr. Worrall’s debut with the ESO.