Stories of Songs and Laughter: Dr. Chris McDonald Interview with Keith Mullins

Join us on Wednesday, March 20, at 1:00pm in the Rotary Music Performance Room.

Centre for Cape Breton Studies-Associated faculty member, Dr. Chris McDonald, will speak with Keith Mullins about his music career here in Cape Breton and Abroad.

Space is limited, so we encourage you to arrive early to get a seat.

Cape Breton’s multi-award winning music-chameleon, producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is owner of Barn Bhreagh Studios in Baddeck NS. He grew up singing songs around the piano with his aunt Flo Sampson and went on to a degree in Classical and Jazz Music from Dalhousie and has studied in West Africa and Cuba. He’s played with just about every well-known East Coast name you can think of, and now mainly focuses on songwriting, producing acts and managing, booking, cowriting and musically supporting Morgan Toney, his currently Juno-nominated co-business owner of “Resilient Music.” Alongside the Juno nomination, Morgan is up for 3 ECMAs and Keith is up for “Producer of the Year.”