Sun­day Night Hoe­down wel­comes The Ross Fam­ily

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT - ON STAGE

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.

SUB­MIT­TED PHOTO

The Ross Fam­ily, made up of, from left, Danielle, Dorothy, Stephanie and Johnny Ross, will be the spe­cial guests at the Sun­day Night Hoe­down

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