Canadian folk singer Ian Tamblyn performed to a full house on Saturday night celebrating ‘Willisville Mountain. The concert in Whitefish Falls was on the same day Vale announced they were surrendering Willisville Mountain from their aggregate license.“This is a historic day for Canada, the La Cloche area, Willisville Mountain and the village of Willisville,” said Jon Butler, president of the Willisville & La Cloche Mountains Preservation Society. “Vale must be sincerely congratulated for their move to preserve the Willisville Mountain area for our future generations.”Tamblyn was recently named English Songwriter of the Year by the Canadian Folk Music Awards for his 31st album ‘Gyrie’. Tamblyn performed at Sudbury’s first ‘Northern Lights Festival’ and was the second recipient of the ‘Jackie Washington Award’. In 2009 Tamblyn released the ‘Willisville Mountain’ album that has become a La Cloche classic.