Acoustic brunch with Crystal Mann, AP Coleman, Lloyd MacHardy

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NEW GLASGOW – AP Coleman and Lloyd MacHardy join Crystal Mann this Sunday for the weekly musical brunch at The Celtic Circle. 

The acoustic brunch is every second Sunday of the month, with Mann and a changing lineup of local musicians, singers and songwriters.

Coleman, hailing from Westville, offers experience in blues, rock and jazz. He’s played in several groups since the 1980s, and has been a guitar student for all his life.

“His main passion and focus the past ten years has been playing the blues,” a release says.

His debut album “The Colour of Blue” was released last spring and Coleman has been promoting it at various venues across the province.

MacHardy brings the laughs to the performance on Sunday with his stylings of 70 per cent folk, 25 per cent humour and five per cent other.

MacHardy, a Pictou County singer and songwriter, has won a Comedy Music Award in the Malibu Music Awards-California for his song, “Won’t You Help Me Dr. Phil?”

The song also won in the humorous category in the 2013 West Coast Songwriters International Songwriters Contest.

Mann adds her original heartfelt lyrics as well as a mix of folk, country and Maritime favourites to the brunch.

“Her voice and guitar playing blend together seamlessly, as she delivers a performance that is truly memorable,” the press release says.

There is a $5 cover charge for anyone 12 years and older. It runs from noon until 4 p.m.

Breakfast and lunch selections, desserts and beverages are available for purchase.

Other musical brunches at the Celtic Circle include jazz on the last Sunday of the month with David Pos, Andrew Alcorn and others as well as a jazz brunch with Bryan MacDonald and friends on alternate Sundays.

Organizations: Malibu

Geographic location: California, Westville, Pictou County West Coast Maritime

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