An evening of lush sounds from two great songwriters, Nico Paulo and Pat LePoidevin at the little hall in Gaspereau. Tickets are $20 or pay what you can. Link below, OR, pay a different amount by e-transfer to and we will email you your ticket confirmation.

Nico Paulo is a Portuguese/Canadian singer-songwriter, performer, and visual artist. Nico grew up on the west cost of Portugal and is based in Canada since 2014. Toronto was her first stop and more recently she's been based in St. John's, NL.

Nico released single “Please Don’t Forget” with accompanying music video in 2019 as well as her debut EP, 'Wave Call’ in 2020 that featured musicians Brava Kilo, Evan J Cartwright, Kwame Appiah-Kubi and Tim Baker, produced and engineered by David Gavan Baxter. The following EP "Live at First Light" was recorded for Lawnya Vawnya Artist Residency and the Portuguese cover of the folk song "O Cavaleiro e o Anjo" by José Afonso both recorded in Newfoundland & Labrador and featuring local musicians Tim Baker, Adam Hogan (former players in Hey Rosetta!), Steve Maloney and Mary B. Waldram.

Self titled Debut LP is announced to be out — April 1, 2023 — via Forward Music Group. Produced by Joshua Van Tassel and Tim Baker.

~ some press “Nico's debut EP, moves with steady gestures...movements are hypnotic and soothing.” by “Nico Paulo’s gently forceful folk...a newfound Fleet Foxesian lushness” by “Nico Paulo is an artist of dreamy and comforting vision, both as a musician and a visual artist.” by “Heavenly…gorgeous compositions…reminiscent of Aldous Harding or Grouper.” – CLASH Magazine “beautiful” – CBC Music “enchanting and bewildering” – Cast the Dice “graceful and mesmerizing” – Tonic Grain

Port Williams local Pat LePoidevin is a songwriter and performer strongly influenced by community. With an extensive songwriting resume and four albums to his name, LePoidevin has built a sizable fan base on relentless touring and standout performances at some of Canada’s most prestigious music festivals, including Halifax Pop Explosion and Dawson City Music Festival.