Dylan on tour with Carleton Stone and Breagh Mackinnon

Dylan, Carleton Stone, and Breagh Mackinnon are on tour this fall, bringing their folk/pop songs and wholesome harmonies to audiences in cities and small towns across the Maritimes. Dave Sampson will be joining the trio at the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion on Oct. 12 in Sydney, Cape Breton.

Below are the tour dates, click the venue for ticket information!

Sept. 11 – Point Rock House Concert – Fall River, NS (sold out)
Sept. 19 – Atlantica Oak Island Hotel – Oak Island, NS
Oct. 3 – Harmony House – Hunter River, PEI
Oct. 11 – Mermaid Theatre – Windsor, NS
Oct. 12 Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion – Sydney, NS *
Oct. 18 – Glasgow Square – New Glasgow, NS
Oct. 19 – Loft House Concert – Rockdale, NS
Nov. 1 – Chester Playhouse – Chester, NS
Nov. 6 – Carleton North Theatre – Florenceville-Bristol, NB
Nov. 7-9 – Nova Scotia Music Week – Truro, NS

* Tickets available at Flavor On The Water, phone 902-567-1043

Dylan, Carleton, Breagh at Chester Playhouse

The Chester Playhouse announced its diverse line-up of entertainment coming this fall and we’re happy to announce Carleton Stone, Dylan Guthro and Breagh Mackinnon are performing together on Saturday, November 1st.

Carleton Stone’s latest album Draws Blood has the 28-year-old songwriter delivering his most personal artistic statement to date. An experienced and entertaining performer, Dylan Guthro wins over fans and industry with his catchy and sincere songs, his superb musicianship, and his impressive vocals. Brimming with musicality, full of integrity and immediately likeable, Dylan Guthro is an artist with a very bright future. Backed by strong musicality and a charming demeanor, it’s impossible not to feel at home with up and coming songstress, Breagh MacKinnon. As a Cape Breton singer songwriter, Mackinnon’s age is unrecognizable in her sophisticated lyrics and thoughtful arrangements.

Music Nova Scotia SOCAN Songwriter of the Year award nominee!

Music Nova Scotia kicked things off for Nova Scotia Music Week with the announcement of their award nominees today. We are thrilled Dylan received a nomination for SOCAN Songwriter of the Year for his co-write with Carleton Stone, “When You Come Home”, which is released on Carleton’s album, Draws Blood.

Nova Scotia Music Week is taking place from November 6-9 in Truro Colchester County. Congratulations to all the nominees!