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Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIsaac

This is a powerful collaboration borne of a long-time friendship and shared love of Celtic music. Whether it's the mesmerizing Gaelic vocals of Mary Jane Lamond, or the superb musicianship of Wendy MacIsaac on the fiddle, these ladies have been making their mark with traditional audiences worldwide for over two decades.

 
 
 
Crowdis Bridge

Crowdis Bridge

Like a well-distilled bottle of Appalachian Whiskey, Crowdis Bridge is smooth, complex, tasteful and good for all occasions. From foot-stomping, light-hearted songs to soul-searching melodies with lyrics that run deep, they produce a fine mash of folk, country blues and bluegrass, pleasing whiskey and music lovers alike.

Breagh MacKinnon

Breagh MacKinnon

Breagh Mackinnon has been charming audiences across the Maritimes since releasing her debut EP in January of 2011. Raised in a musical family, this young Cape Breton singer songwriter packages carefully crafted lyrics, smooth, satisfying vocals, and raw musical ability into her every performance.

Sprag Session

Sprag Session

Sprag Session fuses Celtic, Rock, Funk, and World influences with original Cape Breton fiddle-driven melodies to create a dynamic instrumental sound. Live, their "ceilidh-dance-party" exudes energy and encourages dancing from indie scenesters to blue-haired bingo stampers.

Carmen Townsend

Carmen Townsend

Well known on the East Coast for her acrobatic vocals, gunning Zeppelinesque riffs and killer live show. In November 2011 she took home New Artist Recording, Female Artist, Rock Recording and Record of the year at the Music Nova Scotia Awards and has most recently picked up an ECMA for Rising Star Recording of the year.

Carlton Stone

Carlton Stone

Carleton Stone is a charismatic performer and soulful songwriter hailing from Cape Breton. Carleton recently released his self-titled album produced by Juno Award-winning Hawksley Workman. The new album, released on GroundSwell Music, sparkles with smart, pop-country energy, clever hooks and an infectious exuberance.

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