The capital of Canada's smallest province, Prince Edward Island is Charlottetown, founded by the French colony of the year. Due to its isolation on Charlottetown Island, its early musical activities were limited to amateurs, musicians, and singers who occasionally visited the city. In the early 1820s, singing schools were established to teach church music in the city and gradually expanded and are still used professionally to this day. Later, various bands were formed in the city, such as the Charlottetown Band, the Moderate Boys Band, and the St. Peter Cathedral Boys Band. The Confederation of Arts Center, Charlottetown Beer Garden, and Baba Lounge are some of this small town's most famous music halls. In addition, music festivals such as Cavendish Beach and the Charlotte Town Festival are held in the city. Tara McLean, Joey Keaton, Nancy White, To Horse Traffic, and Wire Bands are some of the city's most famous musicians, singers, and musicians.
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