September 24, 2019

Keith Mullins and Kev Corbett in The Pourhouse Thurs Nov 7th 7pm

Posted by: Old Triangle Charlottetown

Mighty excited to welcome Keith Mullins & Kev Corbett to The Pourhouse on Thursday November 7th. Two amazing singer-songwriters from NS
Doors at 6pm for food and drink, Music at 7pm.
Tickets only $20 and available now at The Old Triangle.
Call us today at #902-892-5200 to reserve yours.

Keith Mullins

…. Bandman/Singer Songwriter/Workshop Facilitator/Multi-instrumentalist/Father from Cape Breton, NS

Born and raised in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, music and Keith Mullins, for a quarter-century, have been synonymous with the East Coast Music Scene. His professional career, beginning at the ripe age of 15, has taken him around the world and onto many stages sharing the spotlight with some genuine musical greats such as Matt Anderson, Ron Hynes, Bruce Guthro, Lennie Galant, Gordie Sampson, Jimmy Rankin, Natalie MacMaster, The Mellotones, Garrett Mason and many, many more. In spite of being a largely undiscovered gem, Keith has garnered several industry Awards including two ECMAs and six Music Nova Scotia awards, two of which being musician of the Year. Keith plays over 250 shows a year and is currently touring across Canada to promote his latest album (Onward and Upward). The album, which is available for pre-order, consists of tracks made in collaboration with Matt Anderson, Gordie Sampson, Meaghan Smith and Classified.

Kev Corbett

Relentless Nova Scotian road warrior songwriter and multi-instrumental sideman Kev Corbett has made a career-defining new album that is the perfect Summer road trip record. Equal parts the cerebral Folk writing that he has become known for and concise arrangements covering moods from mountain to desert, now delivered through the sonic lens of a boutique Gibson Les Paul guitar; Corbett perfectly marries the classic fingerstyle storytelling Folk upon which he cut his teeth and excels at, with a journeyman bassist/drummer’s quest for groove, a sense of space, and tone. Put it on, turn it up, windows down, scream along, drum on the steering wheel as you go. This is what the road is for.