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Meet The Guys

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Wayne is a former Naval Officer who, upon retirement, became very involved in the music scene in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. He has been performing with The Taproom Growlers since its inception and is happy to be singing shanties and songs of the sea which continuously remind him of his days sailing with the Royal Canadian Navy.

Wayne Currie

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Ken is a Newfoundlander who has spent half of his 74 years in Nova Scotia.  He's a former teacher, newspaperman and theatre manager, who now works as a librarian and museum interpreter in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia

Gordon Keel

Ken Maher

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Robert is the latest member of The Taproom Growlers.  With over four decades of service to the Crown ( in and out of uniform), Robert has finally retired to pursue his many passions.  If not on stage, he can be found coaching football at the local high school, or refurbishing the Lancaster Bomber in the Military Museum in Greenwood, or doing jigs and reels at Scottish Country Dancing.  He recently enlisted with the 84th  Royal Highland Emigrants to  perfect his musket drill.  Robert is pleased to add his voice to these distinguished  entertainers. 

Gordon has sung and soloed in several excellent choirs over three decades, and has been in a couple of dozen community theatre productions. He also had great fun bellowing out sea shanties for most of three years with this rowdy bunch of ruffian pirates

Robert Mullan

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Miles Leahy

Miles has been involved in the entertainment sector for many years.  He has been in musical theatre, sung in choirs and is a children's entertainer.  He has appeared in films and commercials with ACTRA since 1984.  In 2019 he had the opportunity to join The Taproom Growlers and has enjoyed every moment. 


Mark Stubbs

Mark is the newest member of the Growlers.  Having spent his life in Ontario and New Brunswick, Mark has retired to the seaside at Port Royal, Nova Scotia.  Mark is a Historical Interpreter for the Annapolis Heritage Society and has been enjoying the rich history and culture that the valley has to offer.  Mark and his wife Melanie keep busy English Country Dancing, restoring their old house and spending time with their grandchildren.


Alex Constable

Alex is a United Church Minister and unofficial Chaplin (see: Charlie) to the Growlers.  He and his wife Sharon, a Registered Nurse from Bell Island Newfoundland, have lived and loved in several communities in Ontario, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland - the latest being Annapolis Royal.  In addition to singing with the Growlers , Alex plays a variety of instruments in the musical merry-go-round that is Southwest Nova Scotia

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