Fraser Newcombe returns
Sunday Night Shenanigans at York Community Centre
Sunday Night Shenanigans at York Community Centre welcomes back to the stage Fraser Newcombe of Eastern Shore, N.S., along with Jim Francis, host of the Newfie Brew radio show from Halifax July 30 at 7 p.m.
Newcombe often plays his “Red Lobster Guitar” onstage to audiences delight.
When the Stompin’ Tom Centre celebrated it’s grand opening event July 1 at Skinners Pond, recording artist Fraser Newcombe was a featured entertainer. He wrote a special tribute song for Stompn’ Tom that he performed that night. He has also toured many parts of the U.S., especially Branson, Miss., where he performed his special brand of
music. His newest gospel CD has been listed at number sixteen on Airplay Express in Nashville, Tenn.
Also on the bill, for the first time at Sunday Night Shenanigans is The Legendary Denny Eddy who is a winner of many music awards including (BCCMA) Britich Columbia Country Music Awards : Hall of Fame, Entertainer of the Year and more.
For fiddle fans, Mary Smith will play some great old time tunes along with Wayne Diamond on keyboards. The Judy MacLean Dancers will provide some fancy footwork.
The evening, hosted by Judy MacLean, includes a 50/50 draw, light lunch and Vesey›s Seeds door prize. Tickets are at the door, beginning at 6 p.m. Call 902-566-5545 for information or email email@example.com
The York Community Centre is on Route 25 and is wheelchair accessible and air- conditioned.
Shown at a recent Sunday Night Shenanigans is Fraser Newcombe, centre, the featured guest for July 30, with Jim Francis and Judy MacLean.