Hurricane Larry stored these newlyweds from seeing Alan Doyle stay. So he performed at their marriage ceremony

Alan Doyle crashes marriage ceremony

When Hurricane Larry disrupted this engaged couple’s plans to see the Great Big Sea frontman on the Iceberg Alley music pageant, he got here to their marriage ceremony as a substitute. 4:35

When Lori Stephenson and Brad Thorman determined to elope to St. John’s and watch Alan Doyle in live performance this previous weekend, that they had no concept they’d be the one ones who would get to see him carry out.

The couple travelled to Newfoundland from Ontario forward of Doyle’s present on the Iceberg Alley Performance Tent.

“We love the music from out here, and we love the art. We got a big piece of Newfoundland art on our wall. We just always knew we’d get here at some point — we didn’t know it was going to be for our wedding,” Thorman stated.

Doyle, who occurs to stay within the neighbourhood of the Winsor House Bed & Breakfast, where the couple have been staying, had already deliberate to make an look forward of the live performance after getting phrase from the proprietor of their arrival. 

But when the efficiency tent was destroyed by Hurricane Larry and the live performance needed to be postponed, his journey down the highway became an unique two-song live performance for the newlyweds.

“It was just a nice thing to be a part of their special day,” Doyle stated. “There’s a lot of glum stuff going on these days, so it’s nice to bring a little extra smile if you can, whenever the opportunity happens.”

See extra of their story within the video above.

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