The Hills are Alive
|Date||Thursday October 15th 7:30 PM|
|Venue||St. Peter's Parish Church, Ingonish|
|Tickets||$25 General Admission|
The hills are alive with colour this time of year, the perfect backdrop for a drive to Ingonish on the world famous Cabot Trail. And the sound of music will echo through the hills tonight surrounding the beautiful St. Peter’s Church. Laura Smith’s pristine vocals and lovingly crafted songs, will be well supported by the incomparable Kim Dunn’s tasteful and soulful, piano playing. We’re glad to welcome Laura back this year and she’s happy to be returning to a place she considers home, having lived in northern Cape Breton for a time in the 1970s. Adrianne and Mike Gorey live just up the road in Cape North. The 2014 “Big Sampie” recipients will sing some songs from their album, Where the Heart Lies, released with the support of the Drive’ers Association and Lakewind Sound Studios. Mec Lir, our new friends from Isle of Man, will add some rollicking tunes to the mix. The hills will indeed be alive!
Hosted by St. Peter's Parish CWL
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