Kick AX 2019

Join us for the 4th annual AX fundraiser and membership drive, The Kick AX Show, featuring JUNO award-winning artist David Myles, with local talent Haley McMillan opening the evening.

The show takes place on Thursday, October 17 in the beautiful Sussex Regional High School theatre. Doors open at 6:30 pm, and the opening act begins at 7:00 pm. There will be games and draws – cash only for games! – and you can renew your AX membership at the same time.

Tickets are only $30, or $25 for students. The first 100 tickets sold will be entered into a draw for a prize from Brent Rourke’s Barn in Bloomfield, valued at $125.

Get your tickets at AX, 12 Maple Ave., or call (506) 433-8351 to purchase them over the phone – leave your name and number if you’d like us to call you back. Cash, cheque, and credit cards accepted!


About David Myles

The role of the song and dance man is a noble calling. But restricting himself to only a couple creative pursuits would just not be enough for David Myles. Sure, the Maritime music maker’s song and dance mastery keeps getting more and more impressive—2017’s award-winning, vintage rock ‘n’ roll hip-swiveler Real Love and the spectacular, lush Francophone pop of 2018’s Le grand départ stand testament to that—but Myles is compelled to sally forth toward new challenges and accomplishments. Last year he released Santa Never Brings Me a Banjo, a children’s book based on his beloved modern holiday classic and dove back into the world of public radio, broadcasting his smooth baritone over Alberta’s CKUA airwaves on his show Myles From Home.  Not to mention he does it all while adhering to an unrelenting tour schedule that has seen him and comrades Kyle Cunjak (bass) and Alan Jeffries (guitar) grace stages ‘round the world. 

Check out David’s music.

About Haley McMillan

Opening act Haley McMillan is an up-and-coming singer songwriter from Belleisle Creek who recently caught the attention of music fans when she captured the title of 2016’s Saint John Idol. The 22-year-old began recording in the studio with Grant Heckman and Mike Biggar in January 2018, piecing together her first EP: Warrior. Writing from personal experiences, Haley composed a heartfelt collection of compelling songs relatable for listeners.