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Jocelyn MacLean

Jocelyn MacLean The Stage at St Andrews

Broadcast Date – November 8, 2023

Our chats will be just that very conversational, not entirely sensible and with any luck totally enjoyable and what a great treat is was to connect with today’s guest. She’s a women I have known and supported virtually for a good number of years now – as we share a common goal of supporting and celebrating the incredible wealth of talent that resides in Atlantic Canada. I’ve loved being able to spread the word where her wonderful slate of stellar shows is concerned and as you’ll soon hear there’s a whole lot more in store as she continues to curate incredible concerts at her truly special spot in downtown Halifax – The stage at St.Andrews. We’ll certainly rundown the roster and get the scoop some of the other phenomenal efforts underway that are poised to really make a difference on the music scene here in Nova Scotia and beyond. We’ll also learn about the venerable venue itself – all the past, present and future prospects for the cherished church, and discover why – at the minute – there’s never a dull moment. Plus, we’ll play truly enlightening round of 1st Things First and naturally spins some of the amazing music that’s she’s brought to The stage at St.Andrews over the years – so with all that ahead we best get to it. Here’s my online chat with the one and only Jocelyn MacLean. (you can find the player at the bottom of this post)

You can contact Jocelyn MacLean, Artistic Director and Community Weaver for The Stage at St. Andrew’s via email at

Follow The Stage at St.Andrews on Instagram & Facebook

For upcoming concert information and tickets to all the shows on The Stage at St.Andrews click here.

For more information on St.Andrew’s Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia visit there official site at

We played some wonderful music on the show today and all of it is available on iTunes. To add a copy to your collection just click on the title – “You Belong to Me” by Mo Kenney, “Good Things” by Jessica Rhaye, “It Snowed” by Meaghan Smith and “The Sycamore” by Madison Violet.

While you’re on the site check out our podcast chats with Mo Kenney here and Meaghan Smith here.

Jocelyn MacLean podcast

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Stephanie Beaumont

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