Jordan Musycsyn – Thursday, October 12
From Cape Breton, Jordan is a masterful storyteller writing songs about life and love with pathos and humour in a Folk-Country style. 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.
Mike Biggar – Thursday, October 26
Known for his intense, roiling live performance, signature soaring vocals and disarming on-stage humour, Mike Biggar’s songs and performance have earned him affection from listeners and accolades from industry. ‘Honest, Soulful Roots Music & With a Hint of Blues’
Jesse Roper – Thursday, November 9
Victoria BC’s Jesse Roper is magnetic. With an explosive live show, the genuine quality and charisma of his versatile blues sound rooted in soul, rock and country is as approachable as his charm. Quickly gaining momentum, the wheels on Jesse’s faithful van keep turning, chronicling a year of extensive touring and success of becoming a major festival draw.
Norma MacDonald, Carmel Mikol & Kim Wempe – **Saturday matinee, Nov 18
Don’t miss out on this amazing trio of Canadian artists! They proved that the whole can be greater than it’s already impressive parts with a successful string of shows across Nova Scotia last year. We are happy to have them bring their show to Fredericton for a very special Saturday afternoon matinee. Performing as a trio, they’ll collaborate on each other’s songs with three part harmonies and mixed instrumentation. With years of international touring experience and multiple awards and nominations between them, they deliver top notch songwriting, storytelling, and a healthy dose of humour to every show.
Dylan Menzie – Thursday, December 7
With his unmistakable and compelling vocal range, a striking mix of familiar yet sophisticated musical lines and adept guitar skills, Dylan Menzie is quickly becoming one of Atlantic Canada’s prime musical exports. Hailing from Belle River, PEI, Menzie has been likened to Tom Petty, My Morning Jacket and was highly praised by Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexmith.