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Sat., January 2nd – Dinner and a Concert with Janet Bickerton & Ralph Dillon
January 2 @ 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm$45.00
Spend the first weekend of 2021 at Cabot Shores! Join us for a fantastic night of music and food.
Start off your evening by indulging in a delicious meal at Cabot Shores Bistro. Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, a local seafood lover, carnivore or somewhere in between, you’ll be sure to find something on our menu that delights your taste buds! After dinner listen to talented local musicians Janet Bickerton & Ralph Dillon! See below for details and ticket information.
5:30-8 pm: Dinner at Cabot Shores Bistro. Meat, Seafood, Vegetarian, and vegan options. Please let us know of any dietary restrictions and we will do our best to accommodate.
7:30-9:00 pm: Concert
9:30-10 pm: Music Jam (All welcome!)
Janet Bickerton from Sydney has been singing and playing guitar most of her life. She has been around jazz players and has been singing jazz “in the kitchen” for a long time, but has recently started performing jazz with the Carl Getto trio. She is loving it – and the audience seems to love it as well. She was featured vocalist at this year’s 2020 Jazz Festival with the Carl Getto band. Janet offers up a delightful selection of classic jazz standards along with a mix of her favorite tunes.
Ralph Dillon is a guitarist and pianist, known for his rhythmic, driving style. He has performed in every province and territory in Canada, as well as the US, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Ralph played with the band Buddy and the Boys, was a founding member of the Rise and Follies of Cape Breton Island, performed with the Cape Breton Summertime Review, and played with the late, great singer/songwriter, Rita MacNeil for over a decade. Some of his career highlights include receiving gold and platinum CDs for work with Rita MacNeil and performing at venues such as the Sydney Opera House and the Royal Albert Hall.
Ralph is also a composer, arranger, and producer, having produced albums for artists such as John Campbelljohn, Morning Star, the Cape Breton Summertime Review, and Rita MacNeil.