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LEGENDS:
A MUSICAL TRIBUTE SHOW

Featuring three local groups that count some of Pictou County’s most renowned performers among their members, this electrifying tribute show celebrates the work of three iconic acts that have helped to shape the music industry for generations.

The Beatles Tribute: Rubber Soul


The show begins with Pictou County’s own tribute to one of the greatest rock bands of the 20th century – Rubber Soul brings the visionary songwriting and pioneering performances of the British Invasion to the stage in an authentic re-creation of some of The Beatles’ most notable hits. Join Patrick Walsh, Caleb MacIvor, Declan Martin, Robyn Alcorn-Martin, and Nathan Mann as they take you on a journey through the history of a group who helped to define the modern music industry as we know it.

Stevie Wonder Tribute: Neon Soul Machine


Next, New Glasgow-based dance band Neon Soul Machine pays homage to the king of soul, the master of R&B, and one of the most successful songwriters of the past century: the unparalleled Stevie Wonder. Bringing to the stage a vibrant fusion of the groove that drives timeless soul music and a dynamic and distinctively modern feel, Neon Soul Machine’s powerful 10-piece lineup of vocalists, horns, and band members brings to life some of the greatest songs that make Stevie such an iconic performer in the world of pop music.

The Tragically Hip Tribute: Fully Completely


Finally, Nova Scotia’s premiere Tragically Hip tribute act, Fully Completely, takes to the stage to deliver the same kind of energetic, raw performance that Gord Downie and The Tragically Hip were known for bringing to their incomparable live shows. Fronted by Derek Wilson and featuring Jesse Hart, Allan Bezanson, Bruce Pettipas, and Jim Kostuk, this group never ceases to amaze, with a level of authenticity that must be seen to be believed.