It is possible that you may have already heard the music of Peter & Mary. From the rocky coast of Newfoundland to the calm of Vancouver Island, across the British Isles, throughout Europe and in Kenya, Africa, over the pond to the the island of Bermuda, and throughout North America, their story has been one of continuous successful appearances and return engagements for this popular duo.
It may have been at the arrival of H.M. the Queen and Prince Philip for the Alberta Centennial during the Canada Day celebrations in Fairmont, or at the First Night festival in Edmonton. It might have been at a Medieval banquet in 15th Century costumes at the Banff Springs Hotel, or in 20's attire complete with banjos and a '26 Model T at Edmonton's Klondike Days. Perhaps it was during cocktails at Minaki Lodge in Northern Ontario, for an evening of wild Irish/English party music, or maybe at Expo '86 in Vancouver.
It could have been at a Trade Fair in Fox Creek or on the mainstage at Whoop- Up Days in Lethbridge, or perhaps you saw their strolling musical act in Montana or Idaho at a summer fair. Was it in Las Vegas at the International Ventriloquists Festival, or in New Orleans with a Traditional Jazz band? Or maybe at one of their inspiring school performances, or one of many community concerts to headline a 'fun' night with Peter & Mary.
You might have seen one of their evenings of international music at the famous Royal York in Toronto, or one of their ethnic concerts featured as part of Cultural Festivals from coast to coast.
Their popular recordings of both original and other music frequently receive airplay on the more discerning of radio stations, while their faces are familiar to many television viewers.