Well it’s maple syrup season and everything is sweeter then. Ian Tamblyn returns to a happy audience and fills the room with his glorious songs about life, our country and its people. Canadian music at its best.
Suzie Vinnick visits Irish Mountain for her fourth time in as many configurations, and it’s as sweet as all the others. Her angelic voice fills the room and her guitar playing awes everyone. Such a gift for a Sunday afternoon.
Back by very popular demand, the sisters bring their playful, textured show back to the stage after a super fun show in 2013. Karen and Maureen and Mark bring all they’ve got to an appreciative audience. Love!
Representing a sweet, choice group of musicians now. Some of my favourites – Suzie Vinnick, Wendell Ferguson, Mark Reeves, Rob Lutes, Dave Celia and Steve Poltz. Helping bring the magic of these musicians to audiences. It’s pretty fun to make it happen. Check out www.serendipitousmusic.com for the scoop!
It’s a full house for the gifted Kevin Breit, who kept everyone engaged and in awe. It was intriguing to see the magic emanate from the stage. Warmth and joy.
Even the rain couldn’t dampen that festive day. We had a magician and a pig roast and potluck, and everyone came together to celebrate 100 concerts on Irish Mountain. And, everyone enjoyed music the way it’s meant to be – experiencing the power of live music surrounded by community. And we let the music speak
As one of the attendees said, “It’s not just anybody who can hold an audience spellbound with an empty stage and a 60 watt bulb” but Corin Raymond manages to do just that as he delivered his compelling, original version of Bookworm – his life with books. Boys and comics, relationships and heartache, loneliness and
It’s a lively East Coast party as the young women from the Rock sing sweetly to us, filling up the room with songs of home, love and spirit. So much warmth in the room, and a beautiful love! Thank you, Maureen and Karen!
Cindy Church comes to Irish Mountain for the first time, and the whole room feels right. She brings the audience along for a ride through musical history with songs that we feel we’ve know forever and then quietly leads us into brand new songs to light the senses. Guitarist Steve Briggs plays along, in tune
Photos: Vic Michener Well wasn’t that a night! The Traveling Steam show rolled into town for a sparkling entertainment experience, pouring onto the stage in good old fashioned hootenanny style. A party on stage – road tales and life stories and belly laugh jokes – life on the edge before our eyes. Great to be