CRAPAUD – Parish Productions will present “Singin’ and Fiddlin’ Around” with Larry Campbell, Keelin Wedge and Rachael Duncan. The show is at the St. John’s Anglican Church in Crapaud on Thursday, Sept. 26, at 7:30 p.m.
Doors open at 6:45 p.m. Tickets are sold at the door only.
Campbell and Wedge opened the first of the Parish Productions showcases in July 2012 to a sold-out show. Campbell from Grahams Road was the 2005 PEI Music Award winner of Male Vocalist of the Year as well as the Songwriter of the Year. He is the founding member of the two-time ECMA nominated band Bluestreak, and co-founding member of two well known Island groups – Neon Moon and Junction 722.
Campbell and Roy MacCaull entertained for many years on cable television.
Wedge from St. Louis started playing the violin at five years of age. She also plays guitar, bass, mandolin, drums, sings and step dances. She has played for Anne Murray, entertained in Louisiana, is a member of a dinner theatre group, and plays fiddle, bass and sings with the group Renegade. She studied classical violin as well as traditional Island music. In 2002 she was awarded by P.E.I. Music Awards the Classical Violinist of the Year.
Duncan is a champion dancer from York. This teen studies Highland, step, tap, jazz and contemporary dance. She has won over 500 medals, 80 trophies and multiple scholarships in the Maritimes for her dancing abilities. In May she won the British Association Teachers of Dance Stage Rose Bowl in Halifax – the first time this award was presented to a P.E.I. dancer. She played the role of Molly in the Charlottetown Rural production of “Annie.”
All monies raised at the concert are used for the ongoing maintenance of this heritage church designed by the famous William Critchlow Harris.
For more information call 658-2333.