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Single Release Party

with Leah & Kyle and Steven Travis Auld


"There’s something refreshingly authentic about the bare bones rock’n’roll from a small-town working-class band like StoneHouse. It’s abundantly clear that their focus isn’t on chasing trends or pushing gimmicks, but rather simply on making the best music they can make and sharing it however they can."

— Canadian Musician Magazine, 2021


Join East Coast rockers StoneHouse as they celebrate the release of their upcoming single 'Honey Bee', available on all streaming platforms starting December 4th. This exciting single release party features a stellar lineup of local musicians including special guests Cory Mercer and Steven Travis Auld - get your tickets now to secure your spot.


StoneHouse is an East Coast rock trio, cut from the cloth of Pictou County, Nova Scotia. Inspired by classic rock tones and a 90’s swagger, they harness the craft of their influences with an original voice. Clever lyrics and clean harmonies on top of a heavy groove take your full attention with each song.

Welcome to the StoneHouse (leave your shoes on).

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Leah & Kyle Samson are a husband and wife duo hailing from New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, boasting an assortment of inspired original songs and uniquely soulful modern pop covers.

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Steven Travis Auld is a singer/songwriter from Nova Scotia, Canada. Known for his work as the frontman of heavy-hitting funk-rock group Grooveback, Auld's solo act eschews rock sensibilities in favour of raw and intimate honesty. In 2020, Auld released his powerful debut single 'Seasons', which was followed by 'After All', a poignant sophomore release.




7:00 PM DOORS | 8:00 PM SHOW



NOTE: As a result of the Province of Nova Scotia's reopening plan, anyone attending an event or meeting at Glasgow Square must provide proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Proof of vaccination will be requested by our door staff, and can be shown either on a paper or digital copy. You must also be able to produce valid, government-issued identification to verify your vaccination record if requested. Refunds will not be provided to guests who are unable to provide proof of vaccination.

If you have a valid medical exception that does not allow you to be fully vaccinated, you will be asked to provide a Valid Medical Contraindication for COVID-19 Vaccination letter in order to enter the premises.

We ask that you remember to be kind and respectful toward our staff as they enforce this policy. Whether or not you agree with these restrictions, this change is mandated by the Nova Scotia Government, our staff are simply doing their jobs, and we are all working hard together to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation and understanding, and for helping us to ensure the health and safety of all of our guests and staff.


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