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Bluegrass artist Janet McGarry, Serge Bernard and Wildwood are featured

Award winning bluegrass artist Janet McGarry, her husband Serge Bernard and Wildwood are featured at Sunday Night Shenanigans. Also in the band is Denise MacLeod on fiddle, Dylan Ferguson on guitar and vocals and Gail Mullen plays bass and sings oldtime, folk and traditional roots music.
Award winning bluegrass artist Janet McGarry, her husband Serge Bernard and Wildwood are featured at Sunday Night Shenanigans. Also in the band is Denise MacLeod on fiddle, Dylan Ferguson on guitar and vocals and Gail Mullen plays bass and sings oldtime, folk and traditional roots music.

YORK, P.E.I. - Sunday Night Shenanigans, hosted by Judy MacLean at York Community Centre, kicks off a new series of show/ceilidhs this weekend at 7pm.

Special guests are Janet McGarry and Wildwood bluegrass band featuring husband and wife duo Janet McGarry and Serge Bernard who

performed for many years at bluegrass festivals and many other events throughout Eastern Canada and beyond.

Janet is a 5 time Award winner of the Female Vocalist of the Year, earning her a Masters at Eastern Canadian Bluegrass Music Awards, and she is a Daughter of Bluegrass, a group of International leading women in bluegrass.

Serge is a talented multi-instrumentalist playing several instruments as well as addingvocal harmonies. He is the host of Bluegrass Island on CFCY radio.

McGarry has a new CD in the works entitled ‘Forever is the Love’ to be released at a later date.

Bandmates include Denise MacLeod on fiddle, Dylan Ferguson on guitar and vocals, Gail Mullen plays bass and sings oldtime, folk, and traditional roots music from Appalachian mountains and more.

Also on the program is fiddler Mary Smith with Wayne Diamond; Emmett DeCoursey, and The Judy MacLean Junior Steppers. There will be refreshments provided by ADL, Atlantic Superstores, and P.E.I. Preserve Company jams; plus 50/50 draw, door prizes compliments of Vesey's Seeds.

 Tickets are at the door at 6 p.m. and showtime is 7 p.m. (call 566-5545 for information). The York Community Centre is wheelchair accessible and air conditioned and located on Route 25.

 

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