Up Coming Concerts at The Pink Piano Café & Lounge in Lower Sackville

The Pink Piano

We are hosting shows in an intimate setting, very much like a house concert, where you can be up close and personal with the artists.
All concerts start at 7:30 PM. Doors will be open by 7 or earlier as it is a restaurant/bistro. Special shows times may vary.
We record and sometimes video tape these shows. We may have a Q&A and do some interview segments. If you have questions in advance, let me know and we can get to know the artist together!

Saturday, July 6, 2024

Kitty’s Bound For Broadway – Dinner & Show

Step into a night of magic and melody with “Kitty’s Bound for Broadway,” a delightful, feel-good musical play that will leave you inspired and entertained. This lighthearted show follows Kitty’s journey to realizing her lifelong dream, featuring the talented Amy Caroline as Kitty, with musical accompaniment by the wonderful Robert Campbell. Written by Kerry Miller, this production has been celebrated at The Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, UK, and Nova Scotia, and is newly revised for 2024.

Ticket Price: $49 plus tax

Evening Schedule:

    Your choice of either Chicken or Pasta. Includes dinner rolls and dessert (an assortment of sweet treats will be available). Beverages extra, to be purchased during the event. We are licensed and will have wine, canned beer, and cocktails available, as well as our regular cafe beverage menu. Water is included. 

    Option 1: (Gluten-Free)
    Chicken Piccata
    Rice Pilaf
    Roasted Carrots

    Option 2: (Vegetarian with Gluten-Free Option)
    Penne Bowl with Mushrooms & Roasted Sweet Peppers in a Tomato Sauce
    Option for Gluten Free Pasta

    Join us for an unforgettable evening!

    TICKETS HERE: https://thepinkpianocafe.com/products/kitty-goes-to-broadway-dinner-show


    The Pink Piano is at:
    585 Sackville Drive
    Lower Sackville, NS B4C 2S4
    Click Here for Google Map

    Previous Concerts


    We will have your name on the list at the door.
    Save the reply email as confirmation.

    All Shows: $20 Advance — $25 @ Door

    (any extra donation to cover fees is greatly appreciated!)

    June 8th – Songcircle

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John Campbelljohn & Ian Janes
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    John Campbelljohn & Ian Janes

    John Campbelljohnwww.Campbelljohn.ca
    Experience the magic of acoustic, steel, and slide guitars with John Campbelljohn. Praised by Rolling Stone Germany for his “string magic,” and hailed by Blues Revue USA as a “guitar-god-in-the-making,” John’s performances are not to be missed. He has received numerous accolades including wins and nominations from the Maple Blues Awards, East Coast Music Awards, Real Blues Awards, and Music Nova Scotia’s Entertainer, Blues Recording, and Musician of the Year.

    Ian Janeswww.IanJanes.com
    Renowned for his soulful voice and masterful songwriting, Ian Janes brings a rich blend of guitars, keyboards, and vocals to the stage. With millions of streams and songs featured in movies and TV, Ian’s music resonates with fans worldwide. American Songwriter describes his latest album, Episode 5, as “a tapestry of tales.” Rolling Stone, France, commends his ability to write “songs that sound like classics,” while Paris-Move calls his work “absolutely stunning.”

    The Night:

    • 7:00 PM: Doors open. Enjoy drinks and snacks available all night, ordered directly to your table by text!
    • 7:30 PM: The show begins.
    • Two sets with an intermission.
    • Please ensure phones are on silent.
    • Photos are allowed during the first and last songs of each set, but no flash photography.
    • The performance will be recorded for the Songwriters From Here and Away Radio Show & Podcast.

    May 25th, 2024 – Terra Spencer

    Click to Reserve Terra Spencer seats

    ECMA and Music NS multi award winning, touring & recording artist playing guitar and piano and blessed with a great sense of humour too.
    Bad ideas, VCRs, crumbling factories, terrible therapists, hairy dogs, wrinkled shirts, French fries, questionable tattoos…all are fair game for Nova Scotian funeral director-turned-songwriter Terra Spencer. And the songs are good ones, judging from the stack of awards her three albums have received, and from the caliber of her collaborators, which include David Francey, Ben Caplan, and Matt Andersen. Although her butterscotch voice, deft fingerstyle guitar, and gospel-charged piano make her a formidable musician, it’s her onstage ease and crackling wit that make each show feel like a knee-to-knee conversation in a room of 5 or 500. “The real deal.” – Ron Sexsmith

    May 10th,2024 Songcircle:

    Mike Biggar

    Mike Biggar

    We’ve hosted Mike before and he as fabulous! Onstage his style is equal parts gutsy and joyful; a warm, bourbon-esque cocktail of soulful, modern roots & blues, a tonic to any listener thirsty for song writing authenticity and raw, honest performance.
    His noted emotional delivery punctuates his acclaimed songs with a throughline of genuineness that is distinct, effective, and maybe even a bit spiritual. His rollicking, high energy vocals steam down the line like a roots-inspired freight train, perfectly paired with infectious melodies and mingled with his warm, disarming humour.
    Biggar has been honoured with numerous regional awards in his 10-plus years career from both the East Coast Music Association and Music New Brunswick, including ‘Blues Album of the Year’, ‘Inspirational Album of the Year’ and more. 

    Laura Rae

    Laura Rae

    Bilingual singer, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and educator Laura Rae dances between languages ​​and genres, influenced equally by soulful Norah Jones as rock legend Sheryl Crow. 
    Since releasing her first single, Laura has been nominated for Music Nova Scotia’s New Artist Recording of the Year 2022, Prix de l’Acadie 2023, and has taken home bronze for Halifax The Coast Best Folk Artist 2022.

    Jon Cornwall

    Jon Cornwall

    Jon Cornwall writes sad songs anyone can enjoy! He has shared the stage with Canadian icons Jimmy Rankin, Ron Sexsmith, Lennie Gallant, Kim Stockwood and Steve Poltz, and they all thought he sang some tunes! Sexsmith said he’d take Jon on tour if he could afford to, and Poltz even invited him to come share mic and sing some Grateful Dead duets!

    With honorable mention from the Billboard Songwriting Competition, and a live to air performance on the CBC, he’s basically the greatest thing you’ve probably never heard! Prolific too – his second album, is set to be released in Summer 2024.
    Jon Cornwall on Facebook

    April 12th Songcircle with:

    Asif Illyas

    Asif Illyas

    Asif Illyas is an ECMA award-winning veteran of the Canadian music scene, based on the Atlantic Coast in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada and currently spends most of his time creating music for film and television. His career spans over 25 years where he fronted Canadian progressive-pop outfit and EastWest/Warner Europe recording artists, MIR, touring four continents and producing 4 critically-acclaimed albums. He also was guitarist for Cutting Crew, during a portion of lead singer Nick Van Eede’s solo career during the late 1990’s. He has appeared on albums with Sting, Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell and performed on stage with Australia’s Colin Hay of Men At Work, Paula Cole, and many others. He has composed and arranged for many orchestral charts for symphonies such as VSO, WSO and SNS across the country in their Pops series’.

    Megan St. Rose

    Megan St. Rose

    Songwriter, Radio host, Actress/Model, Megan surely lives a full life. You seen her hosting Radio ECMA, heard her on the radio “Hot Country Mornings 103.5” and now you’ll hear the songs she has written and released in recent years. A little bit country, a little bit pop.
    Megan St. Rose

    Jon Mullane

    Jon Mullane

    In an era where commercial radio play and chart success is dominated by major label artists, Jon’s success in this domain is a reflection of his ability to write songs that connect with listeners – songs that mirror the emotions of the human condition intertwined with timeless and inspirational themes, positive messages, and observations of modern culture.

    “Mullane’s songs have a mass appeal, not just in North America but globally…” – Bob Mersereau, Telegraph Journal