“Remembering Lyle” – A Special Tribute to Lyle Dillabough’s Musical Legacy

Join us for an unforgettable evening of music and cherished memories as we celebrate the memory and musical legacy of the late Lyle Dillabough. On what would have been his 64th birthday, we invite you to be a part of a very special tribute—a tribute of song!

Event Details: Date: September 29th, 2023 Time: Doors open at 6pm Venue: Carleton Place Legion Entry: By donation to the Canadian Diabetes Association.

“Remembering Lyle” will be an extraordinary event filled with soulful melodies and heartfelt performances, as we honor Lyle’s passion for music and his enduring impact on our lives. It will be a night to remember, bringing together friends, family, and community members who wish to pay tribute to his memory.

We are seeking musical guests who would like to share their talent and perform in honor of Lyle. If you have a deep connection to Lyle’s music or have been inspired by his work, we invite you to join us on this special occasion. Additionally, if you would like to say a few words about Lyle and share your memories, we welcome your heartfelt contributions.

As part of our commitment to supporting a cause that was close to Lyle’s heart, entry to the event will be by donation to the Canadian Diabetes Association. Your contribution will help raise awareness and support those affected by diabetes, allowing Lyle’s legacy to continue making a positive impact.

Save the date and mark your calendars for September 29th, 2023, as we gather at the Carleton Place Legion to celebrate and honor Lyle Dillabough’s remarkable musical journey. Let us come together, share our memories, and pay tribute to a talented musician and songwriter whose legacy lives on.

For more information, to express your interest in performing or speaking, or to inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please contact:

Crystal Dillabough by email: rememberinglyle@yahoo.com

Let us unite in song and memories as we celebrate the life of Lyle Dillabough—his music lives on in our hearts.

Thank you,

Crystal Dillabough