Musicians    
 
Musicians From Cape Breton

Allie Bennett -  A well-known musician hailing from Sydney Mines, Cape Breton.

Ashley MacIsaac - A fiddle-playing rocker from Creignish, Cape Breton.

Brenda Stubbert - Cape Breton fiddler, pianist and composer.

Bruce Guthro - Award-winning performer whose songs cross the boundaries of pop, folk and jazz.

Buddy MacDonald - Singer, guitarist and accomplished songwriter from North Shore, Cape Breton.

Cyril MacPhee - MacPhee's clear, rich tenor delivers a blend of Celtic and Acadian sounds.

Evolution - A four-piece hard hitting rock band from Industrial Cape Breton.

Glen Graham - Primarily known as one of Cape Breton's finest traditional fiddlers.

Gordie Sampson - Writer, producer and dynamic performer.

Howie MacDonald - Self-employed, full-time musician/entertainer.

I Was A Spy - A prog-punk, coffee-core, bandana rock Indie band hailing from Sydney, Cape Breton.

Jason MacDonald - A Marion Bridge entertainer with a passion for songwriting.

Jennifer Roland - An inspiring young fiddler from Alder Point, Cape Breton.

Jerry Holland - A fiddler who was strongly rooted in Cape Breton, Scottish and Irish dance music traditions.

Jimmy Rankin - Former vocalist, guitar player and principal songwriter for the chart-topping Canadian group, The Rankins.

J.P. Cormier - Cape Breton singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, sideman, innovator, recording artist and award winner.

Mac Morin - Cape Breton dancer, piano and keyboard player.

Mary Jane Lamond - an extraordinarily gifted singer who chooses to sing Gaelic songs from Cape Breton.

Matt Minglewood - Guitarist, pianist, singer, songwriter who creates an inspired blend of country, blues, folk, roots and rock.

Men of the Deeps - A unique Cape Breton group in which all members of this male chorus are, or were, coal miners.

Natalie MacMaster -  Wife, mother and virtuoso Cape Breton fiddler.

Rita MacNeil - Singer and songwriter from Big Pond, Cape Breton.

Slainte Mhath - An innovative Cape Breton quintet that features instruments associated with the Celtic genre.

The Barra MacNeils - Hailing from Sydney Mines, Cape Breton, the family group is deeply rooted in Celtic music, culture, dance, language and history.

The Cottars - Cape Breton's fastest rising Celtic band.

The Rankins - A talented family band hailing from Mabou, Cape Breton.

Tom Fun Orchestra - An eight-piece cluster-rock ensemble from Cape Breton Island.

Wendy MacIsaac - A fiddler/piano player/step dancer from Creignish, Cape Breton.

Winnie Chafe - The first woman to become the International Fiddling Champion.

4 Men in a Tub - Duncan Wells, Brian Martin, George MacDonald and Shawn MacDonald present a music and comedy styled show.