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Marvelous May Music Show

Tickets are on sale now for the Marvelous May Music Show happening Friday, May 25, at St. Paul's Anglican Church in Charlottetown. The evening will feature music by Tip-Er-Back, which includes Clive Currie, Allan Betts and Wade Murray.
Tickets are on sale now for the Marvelous May Music Show happening Friday, May 25, at St. Paul's Anglican Church in Charlottetown. The evening will feature music by Tip-Er-Back, which includes Clive Currie, Allan Betts and Wade Murray. - Submitted

CHARLOTTETOWN – Four of the Island’s most popular musical acts will be coming together for the Marvelous May Music Show at St. Paul's Anglican Church in Charlottetown on Friday, May 25.

Groups Treble with Girls and Tip-Er-Back, comprised of Clive Currie, Allan Betts, Wade Murray and Darlene Bradley, recently shared the stage at Treble's winter concert series in Stratford. The audience loved the combination and both bands agreed they would soon be working together again.
Singer and multi-instrumentalist Keelin Wedge and fellow Fiddlers’ Sons bandmate, Courtney Hogan-Chandler, will be performing together in a powerful and dynamic duo fiddling act.

Treble with Girls consists of Norman Stewart, Jolee Patkai, Sheila MacKenzie and Maxine MacLennan.
Treble with Girls consists of Norman Stewart, Jolee Patkai, Sheila MacKenzie and Maxine MacLennan.

Rounding out the program, after a 10-year hiatus, the popular bluegrass group Bluestreak will be on hand for a reunion performance. Together, Larry Campbell, Andy Paynter, Roger Wightman and David Blue have countless Music P.E.I. and ECMA nominations and awards to their credit as well as two albums.
The show begins at 7:30 p.m. and doors open at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $25 and available by calling Sheila MacKenzie at (902) 330-3334 (leave a message) or by emailing sheilafiddle@gmail.com. E-transfers will also be accepted. Admission can also be paid at the door. All names of advanced ticketholders will be entered into a special prize draw.
St. Paul’s Anglican Church is located at 101 Prince St. in downtown Charlottetown.
 

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