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Music at the Manse is busy preparing for its first of back-to back night of musical performances.
This evening, country crooner Tim Archer is teaming up once again with special guest Dylan Ferguson and Ricky Lee from Texas. They will be doing a special tribute show to Jim Reeves, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn and Don Williams.
Then on Saturday, Feb. 9, the show will feature one of P.E.I.’s most popular traditional trios, The Chaisson Trio, in an evening of toe tapping music. The group is made up of Kevin Chaisson, piano, Louise MacKinnon, guitar and vocals, and Rannie MacLellan, fiddle.
The shows take place in a beautifully restored 1830's manse located at 14155 St Peter's Rd.
To reserve seats in advance call 902-213-2861 or $15 at the door. Seating is limited.