Wendy MacIsaac is a fiddler/piano player/stepdancer from Creignish, Cape Breton, Canada. Wendy has been touring all over the world for the last ten years with Mary Jane Lamond, Ashley MacIsaac, Beolach (her current band) and as a solo performer.
Wild Asparagus is a five-person band from Western Massachusetts. Drawing upon music from New England, the British Isles, and Canada, as well as classical sources, Wild Asparagus takes an original approach to the traditional dance music of our folk heritage.
Crowfoot weaves musical influences from England, Ireland, Quebec, and the Appalachian Mountains into a captivating fusion that delights dancers and listeners alike. Into this meeting ground of traditions, they incorporate their own distinctive original compositions and songs.
The Cavaliers from Mississippi released only one 45 under their own name, “Looking for Love” and “You Better Move On” on the Spot Light label in May 1966. "You Better Move On" is the Arthur Alexander song that the Rolling Stones covered.
Heather Grabham, Vocals and whistles
Luc Pilartz, Fiddle
Jan Debrabandere, Guitar and vocals
Erwin Libbrecht, Bouzouki, guitar and vocals Genre: Folk Hometown: Ghent, Faversham Record Label: Wild Boar Music
Bow Triplets is a Swiss based, international group of musicians (Ireland, Sweden, and Germany), who dedicated themselves and their work to Irish-Celtic music many years ago. They have en extensive repertoire of traditional Celtic music but also their own compositions are getting airplay in many countries around the world. The original band started playing together in 1989.
Laura Risk & Athena Tergis are two young, phenomenally gifted up-and-coming fiddle players. The duo hail from San Francisco, but the scope of their material and musical influences range from Celtic traditional to jazz. They think of themselves as sisters, having met 17 years ago in pre-school.
McKeever’s Crossing is an Alberta based band that incorporates elements of celtic, jazz, bluegrass, and folk music into its unique style. McKeever’s Crossing’s recently released album, “Look Both Ways,” is an expression of the diverse tastes and musical influences to which many young Albertans are exposed.