Greg Simm will play a show with Dave Panting at Char’s Landing on Thursday

Celtic duo at Char’s Landing

A musical duo are bringing a night of Celtic flair to Char’s this Thursday at 8 p.m.

A musical duo are bringing a night of Celtic flair to Char’s Landing this Thursday as Nova Scotia’s Gerg Simm and Newfoundland’s Dave Panting take to the stage.

Dave Panting has been a key figure in helping define the “East Coast” sound for over 40 years. From his early work with “Figgy Duff” to his recent success with “Rawlins Cross,” Panting has cast a lasting impression on Eastern Canada.

Greg Simm is based in Dartmouth, NS and has been associated with a long list of performers from that area for over 40 years.

The duo play Char’s Landing on Thursday, March 24 from 8-10 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door.

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