The Navigators navigate to Marble Mountain tomorrow night for a Winter Carnival dance

    Friday, 23 February 2024 12:00

    By Tonya Organ

    Arthur O’Brien. says they have a new band started with seven members which includes 4 members of the Navigators and his oldest son who plays piano and accordion.

    The Navigators are headed to Marble Mountain for a show Saturday night as part of Corner Brook Winter Carnival. On Bayfm’s Scoffs and Scuffs, Dean Clarke speaks with Arthur O’Brien. He says they have a new band started with seven members which includes 4 members of the Navigators and his oldest son who plays piano and accordion. O’Brien says the west coast of NL is a special place for him and he will never forget Snowjob of 1997 and his days playing at the former King Henry's Pub in the Glynmill Inn. The Navigators with the Jesse Hackett band will perform Saturday at Marble Mountain. Doors open at 8 and the show starts at 9.

     

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