When host Dino Dunsford shared the stage with Tip Er Back at the sounds of the Island show during old home week, he knew he had to get them to Winsloe Ceilidh.
Well, fans of the musicians can look forward to another team-up when they take the stage together on Monday, Sept. 24 at 7:30 p.m.
Tip Er Back is known for their mix of Maritime favourites, traditional country and original music. Group members include Allen Betts, Clive Currie and Wade Murray.
Betts, not only a singer, is also a musician and songwriter who has penned many songs including the popular song “And I Owe My life to You.”
Another highlight of the group is Currie when he gets yodelling and when Murray, a bass playing, kicks back with old country classics it’s a show to remember.
Ceilidh host Dunsford has performed as a rock and roll singer for many years, but recently has tipped his pen into country, Irish and gospel ink.
He has shared the stage with Chubby Checker and John Allen Cameron.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m., Admission is $10 at the door. The church is located at 121 Winsloe Road.