Ceilidh set for Mur­ray Har­bour

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Every­one is in­vited to the Mur­ray Har­bour Com­mu­nity Center for an night of en­ter­tain­ment mark­ing the be­gin­ning of a new ceilidh sea­son.

It gets un­der­way to­day at 7:30 p.m. and is hosted by the Friends of the Mur­ray Har­bour Com­mu­nity Center. There is a $5 ad­mis­sion and that un­cludes a light lunch.

Start­ing things off will be The Mur­ray Har­bour Six with Wayne Ma­cLean, Mel Gid­dings, Kenny Chap­man, JoAnne Ford, Michael Buell and Amy Swen­son.

Harold Green is home from long-haul truck­ing and will be bring­ing his favourite mu­sic to the stage.

Ford brings a selection of musical in­stru­ments and vo­cals to the stage along with Buell and his trusty gui­tar, from old-time rock ’n’ roll to one of his orig­i­nal tunes.

Len Buell, Edna MacMaster and Ma­cLean will bring great sounds and a dose of hu­mour.

Louis MacKay will per­form some­thing from his selection of coun­try songs and gospel hymns, and Michael O’Con­nor will be join­ing in with one of his left-handed gui­tars and his var­ied song se­lec­tions.

Ni­cholas Mathe­son and Swen­son will probably be play­ing a jig or two on their fid­dles.

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