Fraser New­combe re­turns

Sun­day Night Shenani­gans at York Com­mu­nity Cen­tre

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

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 judy­macle­an­dance@east­

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.

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