Glace Bay Brixton Beer Garden
September 7, 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Canada’s Legendary Multi Instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, producer and teacher.
JP Cormier is a 35 year veteran of the Canadian music scene, and is known the world over for his heartfelt songs, electrifying live performances and his genius level instrumental abilities. He has won 13 ECMA’s, 5 Music Nova Scotia Awards, a Canadian Folk Music Award and has received 2 Juno nominations. He has 17 solo albums to his credit, has produced well over 100 albums for other artists in his own studio and has launched the careers of many artists by producing or touring with them. He still tours 200-250 days a year and is a prolific recording artist. His YouTube video Hometown Battlefield has received nearly 1 million hits here on YouTube and another 2-3 million hits on Facebook. It has been shared 70,000 times.
Rusty James is a Nova Scotia based singer-songwriter. A true blue troubadour with a love for telling stories & crafting songs.
Rusty will have you in stitches & tears as he winds his way through stories & songs with honesty and off the cuff laughs/banter.
Experience his original take on songwriting, storytelling, and live performance. It’s folk/Americana/alt-country with an original voice driven by an endless passion for music and an insatiable creativity.
Be sure to spend some time in town before and after the show – grab a bite to eat, visit the shops and stay for the night.
Tunes on the Town is a live music series in downtowns throughout Cape Breton Island during summer and fall 2022. The program is supported by funding from the Government of Canada through the Rediscover Main Streets program.
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