Live & Local Thursdays

Join us every Thursday at Kiju's for an evening of live & local music! 

6pm - 9pm

Free Admission

A different local artist every week! 

Live and Local: Thursday Music Series at Kiju’s

Aug 3rd

Robert Bouchard

Robert has been performing country music for over 40 years now while releasing multiple CD’s and performing across Canada. He was inducted into the Nova Scotia County Music Hall of Fame in 2014 and is currently preparing to launch his newest CD this summer.

 

Aug 10th

Stewart MacDonald

Cape Breton musician, Stewart MacDonald, began his music career almost 20 years ago. During this time he has had the opportunity to gain a wide variety of musical experience performing  with many of Cape Breton’s finest musicians. He has played violin for the Cape Breton Orchestra and with Le Grand Cercle as well as performing for Celtic Colors International Festival.  He plays a variety of styles including Folk/Rock, Celtic and Easy Listening.

 

 

Aug 17th

Rob Murphy

In February of 2016 he started a Trio with a couple of friends called WhiskeyJack.  In November 2016 he decided to get back to his Acoustic Roots. Rob plays around the CBRM area with a mix of everything from Celtic to Acoustically arranged Rock Songs!
 

Aug 24th

Buddy MacDonald

Buddy MacDonald, from the North Shore of Cape Breton, has been a singer/songwriter and entertainer for over thirty years.  Over the years he has travelled and entertained audiences throughout Canada, the United States, Germany, Scotland and the Scandinavian countries. Buddy's songs have been performed and recorded by artists throughout the country. Buddy continues to tour. Whether in a small country hall, pub, festival or concert theatre, his love of writing, singing and entertaining comes across to bridge the gap between performer and listener.

 

Aug 31st

Jordan Musycsyn

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 throughout Canada in support of his sophomore album ‘Old State Of Mind’. 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.

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Sept 7th

Darrell Keigan

Darrell's musical career began over twenty years ago, playing house parties, and local halls in Cape Breton. Over the last two decades he has released two albums, "First Flight" and "An Evening With Darrell Keigan". From local songs and stories to those taken from Scottish, Irish and Cape Breton history and whether he's playing to a packed hall, or sitting in a living room packed with friends, Darrell's love of music and people is instantly evident.

 

Sept 8th

Michael Averill (6:30-9)

Michael Averill is an adventurous Canadian troubadour from Kelowna, BC who delivers stories and songs of serendipity around the country by foot. Through heartfelt Roots, Folk and Blues, Michael captivates his audiences and invites them to connect deeper within themselves and their communities.

 

Sept 14th

Jason MacDonald

Jason is an award-winning Cape Breton singer and songwriter from Gabarus Lake, CB.  Jason draws on his experience as a lobster fisherman, tree farmer and carpenter to craft the songs that have populated his 3 recordings. Jason is another crowd favorite!

 

Sept 15th

8-11pm

Rob Murphy

In February of 2016 he started a Trio with a couple of friends called WhiskeyJack.  In November 2016 he decided to get back to his Acoustic Roots. Rob plays around the CBRM area with a mix of everything from Celtic to Acoustically arranged Rock Songs!

 

Sept 21st

Stewart MacDonald

Cape Breton musician, Stewart MacDonald, began his music career almost 20 years ago. During this time he has had the opportunity to gain a wide variety of musical experience performing  with many of Cape Breton’s finest musicians. He has played violin for the Cape Breton Orchestra and with Le Grand Cercle as well as performing for Celtic Colors International Festival.  He plays a variety of styles including Folk/Rock, Celtic and Easy Listening.

 

Sept 28th

John Curtis Sampson

With a music career that has spanned over 20 years, John Curtis Sampson is known as one of Cape Breton’s finest country crooners.  This multi-award winning artist will sing classic country and holiday favorites all night long!

 

 

 

 

 

Date: 
September 28, 2017, 6:00 pm