Ladybird Sideshow, rare folk music performance


Ladybird Sideshow, (from left) Janine Stoll, Melissa McClelland and Lisa Winn, will be in Rosemary Beach.

Special to The Sun
Published: Thursday, November 29, 2012 at 12:40 PM.

The Ladybird Sideshow, a rare folk music performance, will be held at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7 in Rosemary Beach Town Hall. Each will showcase her own unique songs, while the other Ladybirds add lush harmonies.

Canadian musician and co-founders of animal rescue group, Ladybird Animal Sanctuary, head south this December to share their music for the good of animals in need.

Melissa McClelland, Janine Stoll and Lisa Winn are award winning, critically acclaimed singer/songwriters from Canada who toured together and released a live recording under the name “Ladybird Sideshow.”

While in Florida, the Ladybirds will work with Laurie Hood, director of Alaqua Animal Refuge, to gain knowledge on the successful operation of the shelter.

“We look forward to learning from the best at Alaqua and sharing our music in return,” said McClelland. “We plan on taking some of that Florida warmth back with us to Canada to help more animals in need.”

Tickets are $20 at The concert is presented by Rosemary Beach Foundation and sponsored by Cultural Arts Alliance and Rosemary Beach Property Owners’ Association. Proceeds benefit Alaqua Animal Refuge.

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