Chrissy Crowley (left), Darren McMullen, and Rachel Davis of the group, Còig shared some tunes backstage before the concert.
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Mabou natives and East Coast Music Award-winners Margie and Dawn Beaton served as MCs for Saturday night’s “Women Of Song” Celtic Colours concert at Port Hawkesbury’s SAERC Auditorium.
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After delivering the final set for Saturday night’s Celtic Colours event “Women Of Song,” Mabou native and JUNO nominee Heather Rankin shared a smile with the evening’s first performer, singer-songwriter Billie Yvette Rogers.
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Book-ended by two members of The Barra MacNeils, Lucy MacNeil on bodhran and Boyd MacNeil on fiddle, Irish artist Nuala Kennedy wowed the crowd that packed the SAERC Auditorium on Saturday evening for the Celtic Colours concert “Women Of Song.”
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The audience enjoyed a lively set from the group, Còig, which featured Darren McMullen (left), Rachel Davis, Chrissy Crowley, and Jason Roach.
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Margaree born singer-songwriter, Lisa Cameron opened the show along with her husband, Vernon MacDougall at Sunday’s Whycocomagh Gathering concert. The show was one of many performances taking place throughout Cape Breton this week as part of the 2017 Celtic Colours International Festival.
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Canadian folk musician, Garnet Rogers began touring at a very young age with his brother, the late Stan Rogers. He entertained the audience with his original songs and stories from the road.
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On Sunday night in Whycocomagh, John McCusker (left), Michael McGoldrick, and John Doyle served up some high energy vocals and dance tunes.
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All musicians at the “Whycocomagh Gathering” gathered on stage for a grand finale at the end of the night.