Charlotte Street Parkette between 295 and 303 Charlotte Street
Date: Sep 8, 2022
September 8, 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Jordan Musycsyn is a hard-working singer/songwriter and a masterful storyteller writing songs about life and love with pathos and humour in a Folk-Country style. He sustains a busy touring schedule throughout Canada in support of his sophomore album ‘Old State Of Mind’(2017, nominated for Music Nova Scotia award for best Americana album of the year). Drawing on his own life experiences he writes relatable songs of love, loss and the human condition. A dynamic performer, Jordan moves the audience from laughter to tears and back again. His first album ‘The Pitch’ (released in the fall of 2014) was nominated for 2 Music Nova Scotia awards. He has toured across the Maritimes and across Canada many times playing his songs solo, with his band, with the Cape Breton Summertime Revue and Tis The Season.
Wayne Bedecki is a singer/songwriter from Glace Bay, Nova Scotia on Cape Breton Island who now resides in Halifax. Named CBMIC Top Three Emerging Artist in 2018. His songwriting ability shows hints of cleverness as of Jason Isbell and is clear in his music that he is locally inspired by Matt Mays, Carlton Stone and Dave Sampson. Wayne creates an edgy alternative folk sound that forces the audience to feel each lyric. He has paved his way by catching fans’ attention from his live performance. His success has been built from word of mouth and earning the attention of established musicians with authenticity and drive. Wayne has co-written songs with Dave Sampson, Carlton Stone, Jordan Musycsyn, Brain Cathcart (Pretty Archie), and Colette Deveaux. ‘ Take Me Home ‘ was released on March 11th, 2022, the first single for his debut album ‘ Running So Long ‘ coming in the summer of 2022.
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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