The East Pointers guests at Close to the Ground
Fiddlers’ Sons are excited to be sharing their Close to the Ground stage at the Kaylee Hall with a trio of talented young musicians, the East Pointers, on Thursday, July 16, at 8 p.m.
Banjo player Koady Chaisson, fiddler Tim Chaisson and guitarist Jake Charron all possess a talent and passion for traditional Celtic tunes of decades past that greatly belies their respective ages. The Chaisson cousins are part of the sixth generation of a heralded legacy of fiddlers and folk musicians from P.E.I. Together they have taken their music across the world in various musical configurations. Charron, based in Ontario, has strummed, plucked and played piano alongside a laundry list of award-winning performers from around the globe.
“The East Pointers are a musthear group that will get every foot in the house tapping and bring a smile to every face within earshot,” says a release.
Close to the Ground happens every Thursday night at the Kaylee Hall which is located at the intersection of routes 3 and 4 in Pooles Corner, just outside of Montague. All ages are welcome with admission by cash only at the door which opens at 7 p.m. There will be canteen service available, a 50/50 draw and musical recordings available for sale along with Quinn’s new book, “Island Characters”.
There will be Celtic music galore as the East Pointers join Close to the Ground hosts Fiddlers' Sons at the Kaylee Hall in Pooles Corner on July 16.