THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO North Island Concert Society held its first showing on Nov. 17, which was Six String Nation with nationally famous guitar Voyageur.

PHOTOS: Six String Nation garners roughly 150 locals at concert society’s first showing

View photos of the first concert showing of the season.

Jowi Taylor of Six String Nation brought a nationally famous guitar, Voyageur, to Port Hardy. Taylor, who has worked at CBC and is a Peabody award winner, did a multimedia presentation before letting two locals play the 64 piece guitar. Take a look at the photos below. The next showing at Port Hardy Civic Centre is Jan. 26, 2019 for Atlantic String Machine. Go to North Island Concert Society 2018/19 online pages to view the schedule.


THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Sisters of Song open the showing for Six String Nation.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Jeremy Parker play Voyageur for North Island residents.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Jeremy Parker and Jowi Taylor muse during the teaser session for the first concert this season.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Jeremy Parker holds Voyageur as Jowi Taylor speaks on his experience from the project.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Sisters of Song sing in harmony in the opening of the concert on Nov. 17.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Cody Woelfle prepares to play Voyageur after Jowi Taylor’s multimedia presentation.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO One of the members of the Sisters of Song group plays solo for North Island locals.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Cody Woelfle plays Voyageur as he sings country-like songs.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Around 150 North Island locals made it out to the first concert of the season.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Cody Woelfle during the preview session on Nov. 16.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Elizabeth Aman-Hume introduces Jowi Taylor to North Island residents.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Voyageur, a nationally famous guitar, made its way to Port Hardy, BC.

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Jeremy Parker (left), Jowi Taylor (middle), Cody Woelfle (right).

THOMAS KERVIN PHOTO Jowi Taylor warms up North Island local crowd during the Six String Nation showing.

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