A sneak peek at Qristina and Quinn's second full length album, appropriately titled "Family" to be available March 15, 2011. Although the "official" CD release won't happen until May, you can get your pre-release copy by getting in touch with us. All phot
An emotionally charged and dynamic guitar arrangement performed by Christopher Dean (Produced by Brian Baynes) of the main theme from the movie "The Last of the Mohicans" in medley with the unforgettable fiddle tune, "The Gael", by Scottish singer, songwr
This is Auld Lang Syne as performed by Scottish folk group The Cast. The lyrics to the song are actually a poem written by Robert Burns in the late 1780s, according to Wikipedia, but they (as well as most of the melody) may be more familiar to you as the
Shannon Heaton and Maeve Gilchrist performing on my radio show, Stay Tuned, on Friday February 4, 2011 Stay Tuned can be heard every Friday from 1:30 to 5:00pm EST on WSCA 106.1 FM in Portsmouth, NH. Stream live at portsmouthcommunityradio.org FMI on Shan
This song is from Steve and Ruth's new Christmas/winter CD "An Appalachian Winter." This live performance is from Mountain Television Network, Boone, North Carolina. Listen to samples of the entire CD and purchase at www.steveandruth.com.
Written by Ruth Smith,this is the title cut from Steve and Ruth's CD "An Appalachian Aire." Listen to samples of and purchase this and other CDs by Steve and Ruth at www.steveandruth.com Steve and Ruth are from Zionville, North Carolina. This live perform
This is a tune that was used extensively in Ken Burn's documentary "The Civil War." That is why most folks think it is a Civil War era tune. However, it was written in 1982 by fiddler Jay Unger in the style of a Scottish lament. Ken Burns felt it had the
Qristina&Quinn Bachand host a traditional session at the Irish Times Pub in downtown Victoria every Sunday evening. Several local musician friends joined in the session on November 7, 2010 and we were especially glad to have with us the outstanding Alabam
Qristina and Quinn performed on May 23, 2009 at the Northwest Folklife Festival in Seattle. Their 30 minute set included many tunes from their debut CD "Relative Minors" including this medley of tunes which starts off with King of Fairies, followed by Mor
Ashley MacIsaac's show "The Big St. Pat's Night Out" was the closing concert for the 2009 Vancouver Celticfest, held on March 14, 2009 at the Vogue Theatre. Quinn accompanied Ashley throughout the show and invited Qristina to join Quinn for a few pieces (
Directed by Miz Monday.-Another Day Of Misery- Another day of misery, brought to meby the powers that be.Another day of misery, just you and me.All of my life I tried to rememberThe messages in the air.The smilers will ask you to surrender...But did you r
This short art film/Rock video was shot by Miz Monday and features 3 tracks from the album Feral Familiar : Another Day of Misery, Hold On and Tragedy & Hope - available at http://andrewjacksonrock.net and most online merchants, including itunes: http
St. Anne's Reel and Morpeth Rant, performed by several members of the TC Celtic music group on St. Patrick's Day 2007 at the Loading Dock, Lake&Cass St. across from Hagerty Center. We're there every Monday evening from 7 to 9PM with acoustic Celtic music.
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This one is a little rough in the beginning but it gets better. Graham Wright Guitar, Vocals Miranda Mulholland Fiddle, Vocals Ewan Brown Highland Bagpipes, Shuttle pipes, Electric pipes, whistles, Vocals GS"Ziggy"Leroux Drums, Percussion, Vocals Graham S