Photo by Cathy Cooke Port Hawkesbury’s Gail MacKay (standing) provided the rhythm section for the first-ever Celtic Colours “Causeway Song Session” on October 14, as she brought her “Ugly Stick” to St. David’s United Church in Port Hastings.
Photo by Cathy Cooke
Port Hawkesbury’s Gail MacKay (standing) provided the rhythm section for the first-ever Celtic Colours “Causeway Song Session” on October 14, as she brought her “Ugly Stick” to St. David’s United Church in Port Hastings.
Photo by Cathy Cooke Accordion player Helen Oram of Hudson, Massachusetts fired up the Celtic Colours “Causeway Song Session” in Port Hastings with some of her favourite Newfoundland songs, including “I’se The By” and “Mussels In The Corner.”
Photo by Cathy Cooke
Accordion player Helen Oram of Hudson, Massachusetts fired up the Celtic Colours “Causeway Song Session” in Port Hastings with some of her favourite Newfoundland songs, including “I’se The By” and “Mussels In The Corner.”
Photo by Cathy Cooke Tom Oram (standing) of Hudson, Massachusetts was one of the music lovers who raised their voices for the “Causeway Song Session,” a Celtic Colours community event held at St. David’s United Church in Port Hastings on October 14. Port Hawkesbury’s Sandy MacLean (holding guitar) and West Bay’s Barbara MacKay (front, right) also shared a couple of their favourite songs.
Photo by Cathy Cooke
Tom Oram (standing) of Hudson, Massachusetts was one of the music lovers who raised their voices for the “Causeway Song Session,” a Celtic Colours community event held at St. David’s United Church in Port Hastings on October 14. Port Hawkesbury’s Sandy MacLean (holding guitar) and West Bay’s Barbara MacKay (front, right) also shared a couple of their favourite songs.
Photo by Cathy Cooke Ciffie Carter of Samsonville had many attendees at St. David’s United Church in Port Hastings singing along to his rendition of “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good,” during the late stages of the Celtic Colours “Causeway Song Session” on October 14.
Photo by Cathy Cooke
Ciffie Carter of Samsonville had many attendees at St. David’s United Church in Port Hastings singing along to his rendition of “Lord, I Hope This Day Is Good,” during the late stages of the Celtic Colours “Causeway Song Session” on October 14.