Liam Corcoran

Liam Corcoran was the co-founder of the popular indie-pop group Two Hours Traffic. Since the group disbanded, Liam has embarked on a solo career, releasing the mini-album ROM-DROM in September 2015. Backed by a strong cast of Charlottetown's finest, Liam has been developing a strong live show for this solo material. He is nearing completion of a new full-length record entitled Nevahland.

For his August 11 show at the Trailside, Liam Corcoran will be performing a career-spanning set of songs from his time with pop-rockers Two Hours Traffic up to his most recent solo material. Following a successful string of albums with THT, Liam released his first solo effort Rom-Drom in 2015. He has been hard at work on the followup full-length Nevahland, which will be released in the fall of 2017. Liam is a regular performer at the Trailside and attendees of this show can count on a mixture of solo numbers and full-band performances which will feature familiar Island musicians Iain McCarvill, Nick Doneff, Laura Oakie and Roger Carter.


Villages are a folk group from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Inspired by folk artists such as the Dubliners and Fleet Foxes, the group's original songs feature poetic storytelling over modern yet traditional sounds.



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