"Back Home Tonight"

 concert series MONDAYS 
at Stanley Bridge


Reviews: 'This is the best show I have seen on PEI!'
'The depth of musicianship is phenonenal!'
'Every piece is an amazing showstopper!'

 

THANKS EVERYONE FOR A GREAT 2022 SEASON

June 27 - with Todd Maclean - Great show!  Great crowd!
July 4 - with Cynthia MacLeod - Great show!  Great crowd!
July 11 - with Courtney Hogan-Chandler - Great show!  Great crowd!
July 18 - with Todd MacLean & Courtney Hogan-Chandler - Best night yet!
July 25 - with Todd Maclean & Courtney Hogan-Chandler - WOW! Best crowd yet!
August 1 - with Todd MacLean & Cynthia MacLeod - Cozy crowd.  Great night
August 8 - with Todd Maclean & Courtney Hogan-Chandler - Another best night!
August 15 - with Todd MacLean, Cynthia MacLeod & Gurdeep Pandher - SOLD OUT!
August 22 - with Todd Maclean, Courtney Hogan-Chandler & Gurdeep Pandher

- Joy, Hope AND Positivity!
August 29 - with Todd MacLean & Cynthia MacLeod - Nice crowd :)  Great night overall
September 5 - with Todd Maclean & Courtney Hogan-Chandler - Todd's last night this year. Great show!  Great crowd!
September 12 - with Cynthia MacLeod & Courtney Hogan-Chandler

- Jump started standing ovation!

September 19 - with Cynthia MacLeod & Courtney Hogan-Chandler

 - large fantastic crowd and another immediate standing ovation!

- FINAL SHOW this season

 

SEE YOU IN 2023!!!


Admission is $20 for Adults, $10 for Children 12 and under.

 

Doors open at 7:00, show starts at 7:30.

 





Gordon Belsher is “back home” at the cozy Women's Institute Hall in Stanley Bridge hosting a concert series on Mondays.  Guests will include his multi talented son-inlaw Todd MacLean, and Island fiddlers Courtney Hogan-Chandler and Cynthia MacLeod.
    
Each of the shows will feature three of them on a roller coaster ride of singable songs, jigs & reels, beautiful airs, poignant ballads, and a few surprises.  Todd is well known for his prowess on piano, ukulele, and especially saxophone.  Both Cynthia and Courtney previously hosted their own popular ceilidhs.  As Gordon says, “we’re all long time friends, and performing together is way too much fun!”