Shana and Dillon Brown are teen musicians that have been performing from a very young age. Formerly known as Shillon, this solid musical duo have been recognized as outstanding vocal and instrumental musicians. They are evolving towards further improvements in their instrumental abilities and will focus on this in their musical performances moving forward.

They have many accomplishments for their ages of 14 and 16, which includes 2 CDs under the Shillon Music, Youth Ventures Award for Excellence In Arts and Tourism and, Youth Business of Distinction. Recognizing the importance of continued learning in music, there’s sure to be lots of new opportunities in their future.

The Antle Sisters are a contemporary folk duo from St. John’s.

17 year old twin sisters, Mary & Ella Antle, began performing as a duo in 2016 and quickly established a busy performing schedule including folk festivals, coffee houses, charity events & more.

The Antle Sisters signature folk vibe is characterized by adding their natural harmonies to simple but unique arrangements of contemporary and traditional folk songs. Their setlists include a blend of covers and a growing list of original songs all of which reflect their positive outlook on life.

Tamsyn Russell has been performing at the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival since the age of five and is proficient on button accordion, piano, guitar, flute and drums. A singer as well, she has performed at many events, festivals, theatre productions and even been in a TV commercial for Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism. Her musical style is mainly trad and folk, but her interests and abilities span many genres. Tamsyn has been a regular performer at the Beaches Accordion Festival in Eastport for many years, has performed at the Accordion Idol on Bell Island, Feast of Cohen, the St. John’s harbourside lunch concert series, folk night at the ship, and many other private events and functions. Tamsyn is the accordion player for the musical “No Change in the Weather” which hit the road the summer and fall of 2019 and will be returning the summer and fall of 2020.