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If It’s Alright With You – The Life and Music of My Father, Gene MacLellan

PEI Brewing Company

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It It's Alright With You

Monday, July 10, 2017, 07:30pm

In 1970 P.E.I. songwriter Gene MacLellan rocketed to fame when his song "Snowbird" became a worldwide smash for Anne Murray. That was followed quickly by "Put Your Hand in the Hand," an even bigger hit for Ocean.  

But at the height of his success, he turned his back on the temptations of fame, and his life became a mystery for his many fans. Now for the first time, his daughter, Juno Award-winning singer/songwriter Catherine MacLellan, will tell her father’s story, in her words and his songs.  You’ll hear his beloved music, plus rare and even unreleased songs chosen by Catherine in a personal and powerful performance.  

Join her in a celebration of Gene MacLellan, full of emotional moments, laugh-out-loud stories and above all, the hand-clapping hits and tender ballads of this Canadian songwriting legend.


Location Details:

PEI Brewing Company
96 Kensington Road
Charlottetown

(902) 629-2739
http://www.peibrewingcompany.com


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