Keleher’s Irish roots run deep in Nova Scotia; six generations ago his great-great-great-grandmother Mary Leahey, from Midleton, Co. Cork was on one of the few boats from the famine to make land in Halifax. Her husband Patrick, and son John, were butchers in downtown Halifax.
Dusty Keleher has been busking in the halls of the Halifax Brewery Farmers' Market for over two decades.
Jacques Mindreau makes music for the soul and the human spirit using violin and lyrical voice combined into new otherworldly sounds.
A strong believer in community spirit & collaboration, Jacques draws inspiration from his home in the Maritimes; the people, landscapes and ever changing weather.
Meaghan MacNeil is a Celtic fiddle player from Kelowna, B.C, now living in Halifax as she completes her degree at Dalhousie University. She began fiddling at the age of six, inspired by her passion for Irish dancing. Meaghan is available for weddings, festivals, funerals, and other special events.