Celebrating their best
Fidders’ Sons hit the stage in Emerald
Fiddlers’ Sons is returning to Emerald today at 7:30 p.m. with their new CD, “The Best of 20 Years’’.
The band’s mainstay fiddler for more than 10 years, Courtney Hogan, is happy to welcome friends Eddy Quinn and Jon Webster back to the Emerald ceilidhs hosted at the Emerald Boxcar Pub & Grill.
The band will be joined by one of P.E.I.’s most decorated stepdancers, Janelle Banks.
Fiddlers’ Sons have been awarded numerous Music P.E.I. awards and have become one of the most popular groups around the Island. The group was originally the idea of lead singer Quinn of Cardigan, who performed regularly in a country/rock band.
With a strong interest in traditional music their playlist now reflects the Scottish and Irish roots of the Island and includes many original songs written by the band members.
Admission is $10 at the door. 50/50 tickets will be on sale and strawberry jam from the fiddler’s field and souvenir ceilidh shirts will also be available.
Fiddlers’ Sons are from left, Jon Webster, Courtney Hogan and Eddy Quinn and they will be performing in Emerald tonight.