Inverness County Centre for the Arts, 16080 HWY-19, Inverness
August 31, 2022 4 – 6 pm
Howie MacDonald is a well-respected fiddler from Westmount, Cape Breton County. He has been a performer as long as he can remember. Whether at a family gathering or an international concert hall, Howie’s job was always to entertain. He has released eleven albums and a DVD and spent many years touring and recording with the Rankin Family. Howie has expanded his talents and gained popularity as a comedian recently for his roles in musical comedy revues Island Mania, Howie’s Celtic Brew, The Dance Last Night, and the Cape Breton Summertime Revue. An accomplished piano player who has accompanied just about everyone on the island, Howie is also very much in demand for dances, concerts, ceilidhs and recording sessions. In May of 2019, Howie released a brand new CD titled “Shades of Tartan.”
Rachel Davis & Darren MacMullen
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.
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