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Join Winter Warmer and Periwinkle Productions for other events during the year .

We partner with Paddlefest and The Huntsman Marine Science Centre to present

a monthly fall and winter concert series at the Dunn Theatre in the Aquarium.

In the summer we work with Ministers Island to present a bi weekly

summer concert  series on the island.   

Other music events happen randomly and if you are on our mailing list you'll hear about everything we are up to.

To sign up just send an email with mailing list sign-up in the subject line to:

Thursday  Oct. 26th 


Water  Street   St Andrews  NB


CD Release

Show Has  Already Taken Place

On Shout for More, her fifth full-length album, Sherry Ryan charts a new chapter in her life with a luminous collection of songs that glows like stained glass. Blending folk-pop sensibility with country and Irish-Newfoundland roots, Sherry affirms her place as one of Atlantic Canada’s best-loved singer-songwriters. Once named “St. John’s answer to Lucinda Williams” and compared to John Prine for “reeling you in with her heartfelt stories and a hint of humour,” Sherry’s rich vocal style is described as “absolutely unforgettable” (Exclaim!). 


Thursday Nov.  2nd  

7:30pm  The Gallery

Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre


From  Newfoundland  & Labrador

Rube & Rake’s new album begins with an ode to family and friends— togetherness—as Josh Sandu declares, against a hopeful bluegrass backdrop, “somewhere there’s a place to lay my head.” Nine songs later, over a gently plucked guitar, he sings, “I won’t go picking it up, the weight of the page is just too much.”   The record evokes Blue Rodeo at its most rollicking, Great Lake Swimmers at their most thoughtful, and The Tallest Man On Earth at their most gently contemplative.  

"Fair warning; you might need a drink with this one because it 100% will make you think of someone you haven’t thought about in a while."

- Ear To The Ground Music

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Friday  NOV.   3rd 

7:30pm Dunn Theatre

Huntsman Marine Science Centre

 Sunday  NOV.  26th

7:30pm  Dunn Theatre

Huntsman Marine Science  Centre


with  Mia Kelly & Nick Loyer


His only Atlantic Canadian Date



Saturday  APRIL 18th 

7:30pm  Dunn Theatre

Huntsman Marine Science  Centre




Brent Mason and friends bring a great show to the stage featuring the songs and stories of revered American songwriter John Prine.  He was active as a composer, recording artist, live performer, and occasional actor from the early 1970s until his death. He was known for an often humorous style of original music that has elements of protest and social commentary.

Thursday  APRIL 27th

7:30pm  The Gallery

Sunbury Shores Arts  & Nature Centre

Juno Nominee


Joel Fafard is a Juno nominated Canadian Folk Music Award winner who has been criss-crossing the globe sharing his finger style and slide guitar work for close to 30 years. He has just returned from a 5 week tour of New Zealand and spends a week here in the Maritimes before heading to Europe.  Wicked roots and blues music accompanied by a gravelly voice and great stories


Friday May 19th

5:00pm  Ministers Island

Paddlefest 2023

Festival Favourite


Grid City Magazine reflects that, “his work has always carried with it a definitive experimental element that’s helped keep it ever so unclassifiable, yet familiar and undeniably something all his own. A fan of low-fi sounds, Steel’s music has always maintained a certain degree of quirk...”  CBC radio recently noted that his presence on the regional music scene has been sorely missed!


Sunday May 21st   

7:30pm   Huntsman Theatre

Paddlefest 2023

Grammy Nominee


with  guest CARLENE

A native of Prince Edward Island, Rose Cousins lives in Halifax. She deeply values being part of multiple music communities, and is constantly fueled by collaboration. Cousins’ 2012 album "We Have Made A Spark" celebrated her Boston community and featured a cast of musicians Cousins had known and played music with for a decade. It won a JUNO Award, 3 East Coast Music Awards, a Canadian Folk Music Award, was nominated for the Polaris Music Prize, and made picks/best of lists in USA Today, NPR Music and Oprah Magazine. Her music has found its way into several TV shows including Grey’s Anatomy.

CARLENE is a rising folk-musician stationed on the lonely shores of Grand Manan Island, NB. A defiant recluse out of necessity more so than choice, her milling thoughts are transformed into melancholic tunes of observation, tragedy and self-reflection.

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