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Fara performs at the Trinity Sessions in Charlottetown on Friday night. The UK band’s new album is “Times from Times Fall”. The young women incorporate words by Orkney Island poets into their songs. For more information, go to Faramusic.co.uk.
Brent Chaisson, left, backs up Dara Smith MacDonald, centre, and Adam Young during their showcase at the ECMAs in Charlottetown on Friday night. They performed music from their CD, "The Lake Sessions". Chaisson, who is from P.E.I., encouraged these Cape Bretoners to record an album and promised to play guitar on it if they did. For information on the album, go to Thelakesessions.com.
Tara MacLean, third left, is backed up by her musical friends Dennis Ellsworth, left, Deryl Gallant and Cynthia MacLeod Friday during the ECMA Trinity Sessions: Contemporary Roots showcase at Trinity United Church. MacLean, whose show "Atlantic Blue", runs from Aug. 2 to Sept. 27 at the MacKenzie Theatre in Charlottetown every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday night, gave audience members a sneak peek of her new album, "Deeper" which will be released June 23. For more information go to Taramacleanmusic.com.
Photos from some of the 2019 East Coast Music Association performances in Charlottetown, P.E.I. on Friday, May 3.