Cape Smokey Lodge, 38696 Cabot Trail Road, Ingonish Beach, NS B0C 1L0
September 1, 2022 4-6 pm
**NEW LOCATION: Cape Smokey Lodge**
Dawn & Margie Beaton
Dawn and Margie Beaton, who come from a long line of Celtic musicians, started their musical careers at the age of four, learning step dance from their grandmother. By the time they were five years old, they were playing the Celtic violin.
Coming from a family of fiddlers, dancers, and singers, learning stepdancing and the violin at a young age was a logical development. It’s a continuation of that significant culture into vibrant tunes and arrangements as the Beaton Sisters’ Band!
Isabella Samson is a Canadian Folk Music Award Winning Artist for Young Performer of the Year. At 17 years old she released her debut album “If It’s Not Forever” and at 18, is making serious waves in the East Coast
Born and raised in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, music and Keith Mullins, for a quarter-century, have been synonymous with the East Coast Music Scene. His professional career, beginning at the ripe age of 15, has taken him around the world and onto many stages sharing the spotlight with some genuine musical greats such as Matt Anderson, Ron Hynes, Bruce Guthro, Lennie Galant, Gordie Sampson, Jimmy Rankin, Natalie MacMaster, The Mellotones, Garrett Mason and many, many more. Keith has garnered several industry Awards including 4 ECMAs (including 2021 Musician’s Achievement) and 10 Music Nova Scotia awards, two of which being musician of the Year. Keith is well known across Canada for his workshops with students in schools for the past 18 years. He has created many fundraising projects with his recordings with students loves to share and connect and engage with people of all ages through his music.
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.
We all need some motivation to leave the house, put our boots on and hit the trails. Some do it to stay in shape, some do it to meet fellow hikers and some do it just to reconnect with Mother Nature.