Special guests join fiddler in Emerald
Courtney Hogan is excited to welcome Kelley Mooney to the Emerald ceilidh tonight at the Emerald Community Centre.
Mooney released her new album earlier this year called “Still”, a personal album for the well-known Island performer. It will be available for sale at the show.
Mooney is well-known for her rendition of Halleluiah, which she will sing at the ceilidh as well.
Her career began at five years of age at a restaurant in Canton, Mass., where she got up and sang Country Roads.
Joining Hogan and Mooney will be Norman Stewart and step dancer Kristyn Visser. Stewart is busy playing shows with Treble with Girls and Hogan is always excited to share the stage with him.
Hogan is busy working as a veterinarian in Moncton through the week and loves when Fridays arrive to be able to play tunes with such great musician and friends.
The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Friday evening, at the Emerald Community Centre. The Boxcar pub will be open at 5:30 p.m. for food and drinks.