A Canadian singer-songwriter who is widely known as band member of Blue Rodeo alongside with Greg Keelor.
It is with disappointment that The Mary Webb Centre has to announce the cancellation of the Quartette Christmas concert planned for Friday, December 2nd. This cancellation is due to an issue within the band and is not in our control. We apologize for this cancellation and will provide full refunds of the ticket price and taxes, less any services paid ... Read More
A Crooner, a fiddler and a piano man, Michael Vanhevel, Mark Payne and Jesse Grandmont, these three dynamite entertainers erupt onto the stage in a variety show full of genre-crossing, foot stomping & finger snapping, complete with their trademark brand of amazing musicianship & hilarious antics.
The Steel City Rovers perform dynamic and expressive music that is a unique composite of traditional Celtic music and North American styles including bluegrass, folk and roots. Their original works touch on issues of love, loss, celebration and heritage and they also breathe life into newly-discovered instrumental melodies from as far back as centuries ago.
Her rootsy, guitar driven ballads introduce crucial dimensions to the world of Heartland Rock. In a genre characterized by anthems of the underdog, assumptions and unfair advantages, Rheaume’s sound and story crucially and radically expand the boundaries, geographic and cultural, to make space for new perspectives on resistance and resilience. Rheaume is Metis and her music is indeed from the ... Read More
For over twenty years, the Ennis Sisters have been connecting to audiences across the world. From church halls in outport Newfoundland to performing for International leaders and delegates at the 75th anniversary of D-Day on Juno Beach, their harmonies resonate with us all. Flavoured by Celtic and traditional Newfoundland influences, Maureen, Karen and Teresa are known for their captivating sibling ... Read More