Music

Full Circle

Full Circle

A five piece band made up of members from Cape Breton.  We have been playing in local venues for the past 3 years pleasing the crowd with our cover tunes ranging from the top 40 hits of yesterday and today. We offer music enjoyment for all ages and tastes.

The band consists of Alex McGillvary – Bass; Dave Parsons- Lead Guitar; Ken Romard- Vocals and Guitar; Nick Roland- Drums; Noah Reashore- Vocals and Guitar.

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Playing: Friday - 3:00pm-7:00pm

The Wayside Travelers

The Wayside Travelers

The Wayside Travelers are a rock band from Cape Breton Island. The band was formed in 2015 when childhood friends Mike Baldwin (Lead Vocal/Rhythm Guitar), Sean Lewis (Lead Guitar), David Townsend (Bass) found themselves each living in Cape Breton together for the first time in nearly 10 years.

Soon after getting together they began searching for a drummer and were introduced to Kennie Christie with whom they found instant chemistry. Since then they have been playing all around Cape Breton Island and working their debut self-titled album which is available now.

The Wayside Travelers deliver powerful vocals fused with catchy and creative lead guitar. Their debut album tackles love, addiction, homesickness, heartbreak and the search happiness. The album ranges from straight forward rock and roll in songs like “Drivin” and “Breakin Out” to more acoustic driven tracks like “Let Me Go” and “Back Here”. While drawing on a wide range of musical influences, the Wayside Travelers have delivered their own brand of simple and honest rock music that helped them become one of Cape Breton’s busiest bands of 2016.

The band will be begin playing shows around the Maritimes in the spring of 2017

Playing: Friday - 7:00pm-11:00pm

Jordan Musycsyn Band

Jordan Musycsyn Band

Jordan is a hard working singer/songwriter, is a masterful storyteller writing songs about life and love with pathos and humour in a Folk-Country style. He sustains a busy touring schedule thruout Canada in support of his Music Nova Scotia award nominated debut album ‘The Pitch’. 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. The band puts on a high energy live performance with stellar players.

The Jordan Musycsyn Band is a traveling band that hails from the valleys and mountains of Cape Breton Island

Band Members: Jordan Musycsyn ;Mike LeLievre; Jordan Bruleigh; PJ Confiant; Glen Bourgeois

 

Playing: Saturday- 1:00pm-3:00pm

Aaron C. Lewis Band

Aaron C. Lewis Band

Aaron C. Lewis has been a professional musician since he was 16 years old and since that time has toured all over the world. Travelling with his musician father Bobby Lewis of The Carlton Showband, Aaron was raised in an atmosphere of constant musical growth and performance opportunities. He has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in the industry; including Joe Diffie, Alabama, Tommy Hunter, The Osmonds, Prairie Oyster and Charlie Pride.  In 1997, after touring for seven years as a player with The Carlton Showband, Aaron decided to move back to Cape Breton to marry his high school sweetheart and turn his attention to studio session projects. During that time, Aaron managed to keep his music career in full swing by playing with acts like Matt Minglewood, Sam Moon, Gordie Sampson and John Allan Cameron, to name a few.  He co-founded and performed with the popular trio The Three Pianos, who played to sold out audiences for a decade at the Savoy Theatre in Glace Bay.  In addition to his international and national events, Aaron has performed in and produced dinner theatre for Casino Nova Scotia in Sydney for the past six years and has been a musician and singer with the Christmas Daddies House Band for the past 15 years.

Aaron’s passion for music extends beyond his own needs and wants and he constantly sources ways to include other artists. Through his co-owned production company, Little House of Faith Productions, Aaron and his partner work to create unique opportunities within the music industry, producing tribute shows and booking artists to be backed by Cape Breton musicians.

 

Playing: Saturday- 3:00pm-7:00pm

High Society

High Society

This seven vocalist, two horn, high energy rock and roll combo will have you up on your feet all night long no matter the venue or event. Doling out some of the best music from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and more…with a few surprises thrown in for good measure, High Society is high quality, high harmony, high output and perfect for any occasion. Love to dance? This is your band.

Playing: Saturday- 7:00-9:00pm

The Privateers

The Privateers

The Privateers are a group featuring seven of some of Cape Breton’s finest musicians performing the best in high energy Celtic-Rock music. Formed during Sydney’s 2009 Tall Ships visit, The Privateers will surely have you dancing in the aisles, with music from such artists as Great Big Sea,The Pogues, The Rankins, Rawlins Cross, Spirit of the West, and many more of your favorites.

Follow us on Twitter at:
http://twitter.com/The_Privateers

Privateers Videos:
http://www.youtube.com/temptedmusic

The Privateers are:

Terrance Murphy
Vocals, Whistle & Kilt

Stephen Muise
Piano, Accordion & Vocals

Aaron Lewis
Drums, Piano, Guitar & Vocals

Emily Dingwall
Bass & Vocals

L.J. MacLean
Acoustic Guitar, Mandolin & Vocals

Lyndon MacKenzie
Electric Guitar & Vocals

Shawn P. MacDonald
Fiddle

 

Playing: Saturday- 9:00pm-11:00pm

The Ayl Men

The Ayl Men

John Aylward and Joe Menchefski are the Cape’s sexiest band! We play fun tunes from Johnny Cash to Radiohead – from Van Morrison to Death Cab for Cutie.

Playing: Sunday- 11:00am-1:00pm

Pretty Archie

Pretty Archie

Pretty Archie is a Folk/Bluegrass band from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Long time friends Brian Cathcart (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Matt McNeil (Lead Guitar, Mandolin), Colin Gillis (Harmonica, Bass, Vocals) and Redmond MacDougall (Banjo, Percussion, Vocals) make up this quartet. Always jamming together growing up, they guys decided in May 2012 to form a band. The band chose the name Pretty Archie after a local (Cape Breton) character known for playing with 2 strings outside shopping malls in any weather and not always (or ever) in key. The guys thought the name Pretty Archie embodied the love of playing and performing music along with representing their hometown

Playing: Sunday 1:00pm-5:00pm