Per­form­ers an­nounced

Mont-Carmel Parish Hall con­cert

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

The Coopéra­tive de développe­ment culturel et pat­ri­mo­nial de Mont-Carmel (CDCPMC) has an­nounced the per­form­ers who will be tak­ing the stage at the Mont-Carmel Parish Hall on Sun­day.

The third of nine shows will fea­ture Deb­bie Rous­selle-Mont­gomery, Ron­ald Bour­geois, Ryan Woods and Peter Arse­nault ac­com­pa­nied by some of his fam­ily mem­bers. There will also be step-danc­ing by Maria Arse­nault, Emily Arse­nault and Lisa Bernard.

The con­cert will start at 7 p.m., and the doors of the hall at 5786 Route 11, open at 6:15 p.m. Dur­ing the evening, there will be a 50/50 draw and a can­teen. Ad­mis­sion is $12 for adults, $10 for mem­bers of the co-op­er­a­tive, $5 for stu­dents and free for preschool­ers. The 2017 lineup is at www.co­op­er­a­tivecul­turellede­mont­carmel.com.

Rous­selle-Mont­gomery’s ca­reer has brought her to stages all over the Mar­itimes, Québec and On­tario, per­form­ing coun­try to tra­di­tional mu­sic.

Orig­i­nally from Chéti­camp in Cape Bre­ton, Bour­geois is known as one of the most ac­com­plished fran­co­phone singer-song­writ­ers from At­lantic Canada. Dur­ing the course of his ca­reer, which spans over 40 years, he has writ­ten more than 300 songs and is a re­cip­i­ent of many awards.

Woods, a gui­tarist and singer­song­writer from the United King­dom, has worked with Grammy-nom­i­nated artists and has played gui­tar on nu­mer­ous record­ings that reg­u­larly play on ra­dio sta­tions in the UK. Since last May, Ryan now calls Prince Ed­ward Is­land his home

Arse­nault, well-known fid­dler from the Evan­ge­line area, will be ac­com­pa­nied by mem­bers of his fam­ily and their en­er­getic mu­sic will res­onate at the Mont-Carmel Parish Hall as well as warm up the floor for the step dancers.

SUB­MIT­TED PHOTO

Ron­ald Bour­geois is one of the fea­tured per­form­ers at the con­cert se­ries Sun­day evening in Mon­tCarmel.

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