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Colleen MacPhee, Keelin Wedge on stage
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. - Colleen MacPhee and Keelin Wedge are set to take the stage at the Winsloe United Church for a night of fiddling and singing, Monday, Jan. 14, starting at 7:30 p.m.
MacPhee will be joined by Wedge, who is a ceilidh favourite, for the winter series ceilidhs.
With her blend of multi-instruments and vocals that expand over several music genres, Wedge expresses the true richness of P.E.I. music. Whether it’s a foot-stomping sing-along, a slow love ballad or her vast array of instruments, Wedge can always liven up a ceilidh with her guitar and voice.
She will also play some percussion instruments filling in for Brian Knox.
MacPhee, who regularly hosts the ceilidh, is also a member of the Lady Singers of Our Century. She will be singing favourite songs accompanied by Wedge as well as the house band.
The church, which is located at 121Winsloe Rd., is wheelchair accessible. There will be a light lunch served. Admission is $10 at the door. The storm date will be Jan. 28.