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"Concert Under the Stars"

The Concert Under the Stars is always a featured event during the Antigonish Highland Games, and this year performers include: The Antigonish Highland Society Pipe Band, Callum Step-in-Time, Celtic Mystique and many more. - The Casket

"Celtic Mystique"

Celtic Mystique, including Allison MacLennan, Kim Malcolm MacDonald and Cindy Malcolm delighted the crowd during the Family Day Banquet held recently at the Highland Crest Home in Antigonish. - The Casket

"Forbes Concert in 11th Year"

Northern Nova Scotia musicians will gather for the 11th annual Forbes Memorial Manse Improvement Concert at the Goshen Community Centre.
The newly formed, all-female band Celtic Mystique are featured along with Antigonish vocalist Hector MacIsaac, fiddlers Jeff Feltmate, Dara Smith and Anna Ludlow, and many others. - The Guysborough Journal

"'Celtic Mystique' Booked for Piper's Pub"

The local group, "Celtic Mystique," will perform at Pipers Pub this Saturday, October 24th, from 4-7pm.
The group, which performs a blend of traditional celtic folk, is composed of fiddlers Kim Malcolm MacDonald and Karen MacDonald, guitarists Cindy and Olivia Brown, and percussionist Angela MacDonald Steeves.
Celtic Mystique was formed in Antigonish in the fall of 1997, the group has since entertained in pubs and concerts with traditional, celtic and modern music.
Cindy Malcolm is from St. Andrews and the founder of the band. She has been playing acoustic rhythm guitar since childhood. She has been performing professionally for over 10 years. In addition to playing her 12-string guitar, she performs both lead and backup vocals.
Karen MacDonald, from Pictou County, is studing biology at St. F.X.U. She has been playing Cape Breton-style fiddle for six years.
Also from St. Andrews are Kim Malcolm MacDonald and Angela MacDonald. Kim brings to the group her talents with the fiddle, harmony vocals, percussion and stepdancing, while Angela does backup vocals, percussion and stepdancing, also the newest member of the group is Olivia Brown from River John, Pictou County. She has been playing electric bass guitar professionally fror the past 10 years.
The public is invited to drop in at Piper's Pub on College Street on Saturday and enjoy Celtic Mystique's special blend of music. - The Casket


Play It Again - Celtic Folk Podcast 2007
Mary Mac/Drunken Sailor Trad-The Country EDGE Celtic Hour
Demo CD - "Play It Again" 2004



SiblingsTwo delivers a unique perspective on celtic folk music.
Enjoy a haunting blend of vocals by sisters Cindy & Kim, add in acoustic 12 string guitar & fiddle, they're sure to have all enjoying!!
Our style is simple but precise.

Cindy Malcolm
Beginning in music- My start was early. At the age of three I headed off to church to play fiddle with my mother (ha, ha). I later received my first guitar at the age of five and have been entertaining ever since.
Instruments - Six and 12 string guitar, ukulele, fiddle, mandolin, piano, and cello.
Favourite song we play - My Friend (original)

Kim Malcolm MacDonald
Beginning in music - I guess I was introduced at a young age from listening to all the different kinds of music my mother played. Then I started with the piano, which I took for seven years. I loved the piano but I hated to practise. From there I did a little bit of guitar and then it was on to classical music with the fiddle; we played in the orchestra but I didn't like it that much. My love now is the fiddle (Cape Breton style), especially playing with my mother, Pauline, and with SiblingsTwo.
Instruments - Fiddle, guitar, piano, tambourine, shakers, and cabassa.
Favourite song we play - Dirty Ole Town

ECMA & Music Nova Scotia Members