9489 COMMERCIAL STREET
NEW MINAS, NS B4N 3G3
(T) 681-6972 - (F) 681-0779
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SWIG: We are Maritimers, proud of our musical heritage. We are committed to keeping alive the traditional songs of our forefathers while promoting the best in contemporary maritime and Celtic music. SWIG plays the best-loved folk and party songs from Scotland, England, and Ireland as well as great tunes from Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and the rest of Canada.
Members: Mark Roberts - Mandolin and Vocal, Bill Doucet - Guitar and Vocal, Sara Sponagle - Bass and Vocal; www.swigmusic.ca
Witchitaw: Witchitaw is a southern country rock band of experienced musicians from Nova Scotia, Canada. Witchitaw’s members are no strangers to writing, recording and performing music around the world. Four of the group’s members enjoyed a great deal of success for eight years with the Canadian show-band, Country Generations. Brothers Jason and Jamie Spinney, keyboardist Frank Dobbin and bass player Terry Salsman, recorded four CDs in Nashville with Country Generations; http://www.witchitaw.com
The Lost Tourists: "The Lost Tourists" are local latin musicians, Cuban headliner Frederic Mujica and percussionist Csaba Kanyasi, who are available to perform for people who love to dance (they "stole the show" at Fredericton's Harvest Festival last summer)! http://www.varietyentertainment.ca/losttourists.html
Donna & Andy: Donna & Andy are always ready to entertain children and families with their infectious songs that are sure to result in audience participation. They present an interactive musical performance with fiddle, accordion, keyboard and guitar and Donna & Andy's signature vocals, harmonies and comedy; www.donnaandandy.com
Kevin Davison: Kevin Davison, Canadian Country Music Artist from Nova Scotia Canada has entered the country music scene, jumping in with both feet (in cowboy boots of course). Kevin began his journey three years ago when Producer JR Vautour called him one night and offered his services to get Kevin where he needed to be, Nashville. With about a year to prepare and some backing from friends, family and NEWCAP, Kevin was on his way to Nashville to start what is now a promising career for this small town Paramedic; www.kevindavison.ca