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les Productions le Moulin présentent Woody Holler & His Orchestra
le jeudi 25 février chez Evelina (Petit-Ruisseau) à 19h30
Billets: 22$ à l'avance; 25$ à la porte (étudiants: 12$)
en vente: chez Evelina; Saulnierville Pharmacy; Weymouth Drugstore; Ocean Blue Music (Yarmouth)
Woody et son orchestre ont tout récemment joué les plus belles salles du Nouveau-Brunswick et de l’Île du Prince-Édouard et les gens ont adoré. Leur spectacle chez Evelina sera leur première visite en Nouvelle-Écosse et leur seul concert dans la province.
Satisfaction ou argent remis à l’entracte! Merci à: Patrimoine canadien, Arts Nova Scotia, Atlantic Presenters Association
Les Productions le Moulin presents Woody Holler & His Orchestra
Thursday, February 25 at Evelina’s in Little Brook at 7:30
Tickets: $22 in advance; $25 at the door ($12 for students)
Tickets on sale at Evelina’s; Saulnierville Pharmacy; Weymouth Drugstore; Ocean Blue Music
(or call 902 769-3288 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve)
Woody and his Orchestra played the best venues in New Brunswick and P.E.I. these last few days and the response was tremendous. Their show at Evelina’s will be their first and only appearance in Nova Scotia!
In the unlikely event that you don’t like the show we offer a money back guarantee at the intermission.
Thank you to: Patrimoine canadien, Arts Nova Scotia, Atlantic Presenters Association
“But it was more than the yodeling that caught the audience right from the outset and held us through a much warranted standing ovation at evening’s end. It was the full, rich sound of four very talented musicians who have coupled clever arrangements, musical genre fusing and the joy of performing into one delightful package.” - Sue Morhun, Oliver Daily News
“…the audience had saddled up to join him for the adventure. They were with him every step and hoof print of the way, perfectly attuned to the mood of each song... Each number was infused with a fresh spirit, thanks to the ensemble’s virtuoso musicianship that never faltered. –Marcus Day, The Barrhead Leader