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SUNDAY NIGHT HOEDOWN with GUEST Kelley Mooney

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The Centre Stage

14 Hebrew Avenue

Souris Kids Youth Centre

Souris, PE C0A 2B0

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Peggy Clinton and Johnny Ross are very pleased to welcome Kelley Mooney to The Centre Stage for the first time. Kelley Mooney is a singer/songwriter from Iona Prince Edward Island where she began her career, singing for a quarter a song in the kitchen for company. The fee hasn’t changed much, but the songs and the singer have.

Kelley is country to the core, but shows influences from music she grew up listening to. From Swan Lake to Foreigner Four and John Prine to ABBA and the Judds. Put it all together, and she’s got a style all her own. She loves belting out the country rock stuff, but it’s the ballads that show her true skills. Clear,soaring highs and soulful lows full of depth are her signature.

Released in June 2011, Tomorrow won the 2012 Music PEI Country Recording of the Year award and has been on the CDBaby Top Seller list for the country genre for since May 2013. A mix of country with a hint of soul and gospel, Kelley’s lyrics and delivery draw you in. Her Easter version of “Hallelujah” has been viewed more than 13 million times combined on YouTube and GodTube, where it remains in the top 5 most viewed videos of all time (on GodTube).

In May 2015, Kelley’s next album, the ECMA nominated Still, was launched to a crowd of over 600.This is a collection of songs, both gospel and inspirational, that was inspired through a serious illness and recovery.

She’s back in the studio now, recording her first Christmas album due for release in the fall.

TICKETS ONLY $12 AVAILABLE ONLINE OR AT EVERGREEN CAFE, 95 MAIN STREET, SOURIS

CALL 902-327-0555 FOR INFO. EMAIL OR E-TRANSFER sourislive@gmail.com

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