Upcoming Live Music Events

Andy Webster


 Andy will be playing anything from pop, rock and the blues that he grew up loving in Scotland. 

April 5th 6-8pm

May 24th 6-8pm

June 7th 6-8pm

Mike Aube


Mike Aubé is an alt-folk songwriter on a mission to “comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable”. He blends humour, a sense of social justice and a love of nature into what Canadian Musician Magazine called “playful and catchy folk…clearly Canadian”.

With a “voice of smoke and honey”, a rhythmic guitar style and an easy stage presence, Mike is one of Nova Scotia’s finest performing songwriters. He has shared the stage with some best in Atlantic Canada, including Dave Gunning, Rose Cousins, Steve Poltz and The Human Brothers Band.

March 22nd 6-8pm

April 26th 6-=8pm

May 10th 6-8pm

June 21st 6-8pm

July 19th 6-9pm

Jon Duggan


Jon Duggan is one of Atlantic Canada’s most beloved solo performers, Jon has been playing his music for over thirty years. He has developed a strong following and friendships are made wherever he may go. Jon’s voice leads well to a variety of musical styles from Rock to Folk and his song collection is vast. His connection to his audience and sense of humor makes for a memorable evening. Come on down for a cold one and check out some great playing and singing. 

April 12th 6-8pm

May 3rd 6-8

June 14th 6-8

July 12tn 7-9


Adam Cameron


Adam has been entertaining crowds in various venues across the province for nearly a decade. He plays a variety of songs from nearly every era and genre of music and tries to include a little something for everyone in his performances.  

March 1st 6-8pm

May 31st 6-8pm

July 26th 6-9pm

August 23rd 6-9pm

Jason Dodwell



Jason Dodwell is excited to be playing back in his hometown when he takes the stage at Crystany’s this summer! 

Over the last three decades he has made music a part of his life and brings a mixture of covered and original material to the table. 

Stories of roads less travelled and unique events blend in with his tales of growing up a valley boy. 

He keeps it simple with voice and guitar making for an intimate easy listen experience.

Be sure to catch the show.

September 20th 6-9pm

Guy Paul



Guy Paul Thibault is one of Nova Scotia’s busiest and most in demand performers, performing more than 200 shows a year. His show is the essence of the east coast music scene: A song, a story, and a laugh. All while his guitar never stops. He has also been nominated for multiple awards in Nashville and worldwide for his original material which has gained him 6 top 10 hits worldwide. (New jersey, South Africa, Australia, the UK and beyond)
August 9th 6-9pm

September 6th 6-9pm

Blue Lane


 Rachael Henderson, Morgan Alexander Cruickshank and Connor Booth make up the  Canadian trio The Blue Lane. The Blue Lane merges the sound of jazz blues, rockabilly and indie rock. The trio's distinctive sound weaves sultry vocals, jazzy guitar shreds and thick beats.    In 2018, The Blue Lane released a full length double concept album “Blue Land (Solar/Lunar).” The album is nominated for Music Nova Scotia's 2018 "Jazz Recording of the Year. “The jazz-inspired instrumental of the songs combined with the folk-style lyrics make for a truly unique combination…,”(Maggie McLean - The East Mag, Sept 24, 2018). The Blue Lane was nominated for best jazz band in The Coast's Best of Halifax 2018.   In 2017, The Blue Lane’s EP “Blind” was awarded Music Nova Scotia’s 2017 "Jazz Recording of the Year.” The title track “Blind” is featured in theAmerican drama film “Every 21 Seconds” (Directed by Kuba Luczkiewicz) along with The Blue Lane’s 2015 debut single “I’ll See You When.”

May 17th 6-8pm

July 5th 6-9pm

 August 2nd 6-9pm

September 13th 6-9pm

The Melberns

The Melberns

 The Melberns, long time friends Bernie Zinck and Melissa Vidito have been playing music together in various forms for over 20 years. From a duo, to small groups, to large bands, they have done it all.   The two met in high school and moved to Hollywood California where they attended  the prestigious Musicians Institute, Bernie for guitar, Melissa for voice. Upon graduation, they moved back to Nova Scotia, where life took them in different directions.  12 years ago Bernie and Melissa formed “The Melberns”, a party band that frequented the Annapolis Valley music scene. After a good run, the band took a break for a few years. Now, The Melberns are returning to the music scene. As the music scene has evolved, so has the band. The Melberns will always be Melissa and Bernie as a duo, however, they are sometimes joined by an assortment of talented musicians to fill out their sound, to form a trio up to a 5 piece band.   They play a wide range of musical genres, covering a little something for everyone. From pop, blues, rock, soul, R&B, funk, country, folk, jazz and more!  

 We are happy to be back and look forward to seeing you at a show!

June 28th 6-8pm