Ferguson started playing professionally in Sydney in 1972 as co-founder of the group Miller’s Jug. He later formed Kiltarlity, joined the Halifax group McGinty in 1977, and collaborated with singer/songwriter Buddy MacDonald from 1990 until 2004.
In 2004, Fegurson teamed up with St. Peter’s musician Roger Stone to form Glens and Roses, and toured for several years around eastern Canada entertaining appreciative audiences.
Ferguson is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist, and performs on guitar, fiddle and bouzouki. He has recently turned his hand to songwriting with several of his songs recorded by McGinty and also by MacDonald and Ferguson.
“Kiju” is the Mi’kmaq word for mother and the restaurant’s menu reflects the happy memories of mom-made great food from cultures and traditions familiar to Cape Bretoners: Mi’kmaq, Italian, Polish, Mexican, French, and many more from Canadian and American kitchens.
Interested diners may book their dinner reservations for this evening of music by calling Kiju’s at 562-6220. And there is no entertainment service charge for this event.