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Performers Eddy Quinn and Keelin Wedge team up at Winsloe United Church
Winsloe United Church will present its second Winter Series Ceilidh on Monday, Feb. 11, starting at 7:30 p.m.
Show host Colleen MacPhee, along with the house band, will welcome special guests Eddy Quinn and Keelin Wedge, who will provide audience members with an evening of music.
Quinn, lead singer for Fiddlers’ Sons, will play guitar, fiddle and provide vocals. Besides being a songwriter, Quinn is a storyteller. He will have copies of his book, “Island Characters”, available for sale.
A multi-instrumentalist, Wedge will sing songs from a variety of artists. She is known for her John Allan Cameron-style of guitar playing and her traditional fiddle tunes. Copies of her new CD, “The Traditional File”, will also be available for sale.
MacPhee, a member of The Lady Singers of our Century, will portray Rita MacNeil at the ceilidh. Her most requested song is MacNeil’s “The Working Man”, and it’s one the MacPhee loves to sing.
This is a fundraiser for the church, which is located at 121 Winsloe Rd. A light lunch will be served. Admission is $10 at the door. which open at 6:30 p.m.
The storm date is Monday, Feb 25.