Sunday Night Hoedown welcomes The Ross Family
Peggy Clinton and Johnny Ross are excited to be joined by The Ross Family at The Centre Stage, 14 Hebrew Ave., Souris on Sunday, Aug. 2, 7:30 p.m., for the next show in the 2015 Sunday Night Hoedown Concert Series.
Ross's two sisters, Stephanie (vocals/guitar/dance) and Danielle (vocals/fiddle/dance) will be featured along with their mother, Dorothy (Arsenault) Ross. A member of the wellknown Arsenault Sisters, Dorothy is a champion step dancer who made guest appearances on Don Messer's Jubilee.
The Ross Family is known for its electrifying performances with their step-dancing moves and non-stop motion. They are also known for their frequently sold out ceilidhs held twice a week throughout the summer at the Stanley Bridge Hall since 2006.
Souris Live is delighted to welcome this family to the Town of Souris, bringing fun, engaging songs, backed by brisk fiddling, guitar picking and wild piano antics, combined with synchronized step-dancing in a memorable evening of entertainment for children, seniors and everyone in between.
"Add all this to the high energy and incredible guitar playing and vocals of Peggy Clinton, set them all on The Centre Stage at Souris' newest venue, and you can expect an evening you won't soon forget," says a release.
Tickets are $12 and are available online at www.sourisliveinc. They can also be purchased at Evergreen Café and Wellness Centre, 95 Main St., Souris, or call 902-687-1521 for more information.
The Ross Family, made up of, from left, Danielle, Dorothy, Stephanie and Johnny Ross, will be the special guests at the Sunday Night Hoedown