Festival Dates 2017

Festival Dates 2017

Feb 10, 2017

 

Some Festival Dates for you calendar 2017
While correct at time of printing please check with festival for any amendments alterations or additions 

 

 

 

 

 

February       

25-Feb  08-Mar Inverness Music Festival  

March      

11-Mar 19-Mar Glasgow St Patrick’s Festival    

17-Mar 19-Mar Neil Gow Annual Scottish  Fiddle Festival   

31-Mar 05-Apr  Edinburgh International Harp Festival   

April          

07-Apr  09-Apr  Glenfarg Folk Feast

03-Apr  06-Apr  Edinburgh Youth Gaitherin’   

21-Apr  23-Apr  Northern Streams  

27-Apr  07-May Tradfest    

27-Apr  30-Apr  Shetland Folk Festival  

27-Apr  30-Apr  Girvan Traditional Folk Festival   

 

May       

05-May 07-May Moniaive Folk Festival   

12-May 14-May Fife Traditional Singing Weekend:

25-May 27-May Isle of Skye Accordion and Fiddle Festival

19-May 23-May Strichen Festival

25-May 28-May Knockengorroch World Ceilidh

25-May 28-May Orkney Folk Festival   

26-May 04-Jun   Dumfries & Galloway Arts Festival   

June     

02-Jun   04-Jun   Skye Storytelling Festival & GlendaleGathering

02-Jun   04-Jun   Arran Folk Festival

02-Jun   04-Jun   Portsoy Music Festival

02-Jun   25-Jun   Glasgow West End Festival

15-Jun   18-Jun   Culross Festival 

08-Jun   11-Jun   Eden Festival 

09-Jun   11-Jun   Keith Festival TMSA

09-Jun   11-Jun   Loanhead Music Festival 

19-Jun   29-Jun   Crail Festival    

16-Jun   18-Jun   Killin Music Festival 

23-Jun   25-Jun   Solas Festival 

23-Jun   25-Jun   Falkland Traditional Music Festival    

24-Jun   25-Jun   Scottish Traditional Boat Festival   

28-Jun   02-Jul    East  Neuk  Festival   

July     

30-Jun   02-Jul    Newcastleton Traditional Music Festival    

02-Jul    07-Jul    Ceolas Music Summer School 

04-Jul    25-Aug  Feis an Eilein 

06-Jul    09-Jul    Stonehaven Folk Festival

07-Jul    09-Jul    Furness Tradition    

19-Jul    22-Jul    Hebridean Celtic Festival

14-Jul    16-Jul    Lossiemouth Folk Festival

14-Jul    16-Jul    Rothbury Traditional Music Festival     

28-Jul    05-Aug  Aberdeen International Youth Festival  

21-Jul    23-Jul    Cullerlie Traditional Singing Weekend 

28-Jul    30-Jul    Ugie Folk Festival   

21-Jul    22-Jul    Wickerman Festival  

27-Jul    30-Jul    Southern Fried Festival 

28-Jul    30-Jul    Speyfest 

30-Jul    06-Aug  Shetland Fiddlee Fenzi

August     

03-Aug  05-Aug  Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival 

07-Aug  13-Aug  Piping Live    

23-Aug  27-Aug  Marymass Folk Festival

17-Aug  20-Aug  Milwaukke Irish Fest     

16-Aug  20-Aug  Mull of Kintyre Music Festival     

18-Aug  20-Aug  Innerleithen Music Festival

24-Aug  27-Aug  Tonder Folk Festival   

 

September         

01-Sep  09-Sep  Blas Festival

01-Sep  03-Sep  Kirriemuir Festival

01-Sep  03-Sep  Portpatrick Folk Festival   

06-Sep  10-Sep  Linlithgow Folk Festival  

11-Sep  17-Sep  Ceol Cholsa    

15-Sep  17-Sep  Douglasdale Folk Festival

22-Sep  24-Sep  Dunbar Traditional Music Festival (The Belhaven Best)   

22-Sep  24-Sep  Isle of Jura Music Festival  

22-Sep  24-Sep  Moniaive Michaelmas Bluegrass Festival  

October    

02-Oct   04-Oct   Selkirk Sessions    

07-Oct   09-Oct   Ullapool Guitar Festival 

04-Oct   08-Oct   Glasgow Americana  

05-Oct   09-Oct   Shetland Fiddle & Accordion Festival

06-Oct   14-Oct   Celtic Colours 

21-Oct   30-Oct   Scottish International Storytelling Festival 

 

Should your festival wish to be included in the above diary please email Liz Clark at  liz.celticmusicradio@yahoo.co.uk

See you at the festivals !

Danny Kyle Open Stage Showcase 2017 Sunday 5th February 2017

Danny Kyle Open Stage Showcase 2017 Sunday 5th February 2017

Feb 5, 2017

I am delighted to announce the 6 finalists in this years Danny Kyle Open Stage at Celtic Connections
Liz Clark – Producer and Presenter of the DKOS
Had 71 Acts on Stage – consisting of 200 + artists
Who came from:- Aberdeen  Airdrie Aberdeen/ Argentina / Ayr / Balquidder / Barrow – In Furnace/ Berlin / Bishopbriggs / Bishopton/ Borders / Brighton / Buckie / Canada / Cumnock / Devon  / Dumfriese / Edinburgh / England/ Fife / Gairloch / Glasgow / Gourock / Greenock / Insch / Isle of Lewis / Ireland /Kilmarnock / Kilwinning / Liverpool / Manchester / Motherwell / Newcastle / Orkney / Paisley / Rutherglen / Wales!
All of them winners!
Out of all the winners we have the 6 finalists who will showcase their set and all return next year for a support slot at Celtic Connections 2018
Here is your showcase artists of 2017

An Dha – Brighton –    Listen again to performance on 4 Feb 2017
Jaya Hanley / Sarah James
“Experience the fire of Scottish Traditional music, the delicacy of classical perfection and the spirit of jazz and the life of the city from Urban Folk Duo An Dh, And Dha means ‘The Two’ in Gaelic, two musicians , a Violin and a Cello, on a journey exploring life and music together.
An Dha are a Fiddle and Cello duo writing and performing folk  music that combines styles and genres to explore the boundaries of contemporary fok music. They formed in 2013 at Trinity Laban Conservatoire after Violinist Jaya Hanley and Cellist Sara James visited the Isle of Skye and were entranced by the beauty and music of the island.  In 2016 they won the London Fiddle Convention Competition, various awards in the St Albans Folk Completion’s and were finalists I the Bath Folk Competition” .

 

 

Avocet – Glasgow –  Listen again to first performance on 1 Feb 2017
Sam Grassie / Herbie Loaning/ Iona Zajac
“Having met through the traditional music scene in Edinburgh and Glasgow at a young age, samaniona decided to combine forces in making contemporary music with a traditional folky feel to it yet also influenced by blues and world music.  Sam’s finger picking guitar style reminds one of the likes of Bert Jansch
Joining him are Herbie on double bass, and Iona, whose distinctive vocals are best described as soothing and haunting at the same time”#

 

 

DopeSickFly    – Glasgow   Listen again to first performance on 27 Jan 2017
Ant /Wendy/Chris / Joe / Calum
Founded in the summer 2015 in Glasgow Scotland having busked the streets of Glasgow, the band evolved there sound into a Soul, Rock, Poetic, Acid Jazz fusion with just the right amount of Funk. With lead singer/poet Ant Thomaz soulful vocals, guitarist Chris Darling and his keen desire for funk, Drummer Calum macrae with his Jazz background, Joe Djaelani on bass elevating Neo Soul and bluesy backing vocalist Wendy Rae, DopeSickFly truly emanates a new refreshing alive sound. There’s a confidence and power to the band’s live set that at times can be mesmerising. The lyrically explosive, musically diverse, Funk Rock Hybrid known as Dopesickfly project an upbeat feel good vibe inviting everyone to join in with catchy hooks and to dance their hearts out. Dopesickfly are encouraging & sing of life, connecting to all ages of people; making music for people!

 


Marianne McGregor – Orkney/Glasgow  Listen again to first performance on 24 Jan 2017
Growing up in Orkney Marianne was exposed to a rich environment of all things musical, creative and expressive. Although primarily a jazz singer, Marianne has taken influence from various other styles, incorporating a breathy folky twist into her voice. In the time since finishing her music degree in 2015, she has used songwriting as a soothing creative outlet for personal storytelling and expression, using smooth bluesy/folky vocal tone and her unique pallet of textures to communicate and engage with the listener. Although she is relatively new to the role of singer songwriter, Marianne hopes to continue writing and performing in this unique and quirky style.

 

The Magpies –  Glasgow –   Listen again to first performance on 25 Jan 2017
Lizzie King / Peter Keay / Doro Weber
The Magpies are an alternative folk pop trio who write and play together in Glasgow.Originating from acoustic duo
Reasons To Be Cheerful with Lizzie King (lead vocals, guitar) and Doro Weber (drums, percussion), the band welcomed the addition of Peter Keay (bass, backing vocals) in early 2016. The Magpies are a relatively young band, having started playing together in January 2016. Gigging widly since their forming also released their self-produced debut; ‘Wait for the Sunrise’, bringing the endorsement from radio plays UK Wide . The summer saw the band perform at some exciting festival gigs including L Fest in Uttoxeter and Manchester Pride. Their second EP, to be released early 2017.

 

 

WHɎTE – Glasgow/ Aberdeen – Listen again to their first performance on the  26 Jan 2017
Alasdair Whyte and Ross Whyte
Emerging Gaelic electronica duo released their debut album, Fairich as part of Sound Festival in Aberdeen on 21 October 2016.  Each from very different musical backgrounds (ambient electronica and traditional Gaelic), their songs have drawn comparisons with Sigur Rós and Martyn Bennett.  Following several successful live performances throughout Scotland and radio play on BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Travelling Folk’, WHɎTE secured funding from Creative Scotland to record their debut release.  Fairich was recorded in the late summer of 2016 at the University of Aberdeen and in a cave beneath Dunnottar Castle and features a selection of arrangements of rarely-heard 17th 8th century Gaelic songs as well as original compositions.

 

Once again well done to all the Finalists
Also to our media partners Celtic Music Radio for airing / recording/ advertising The Danny Kyle Open Stage 2017
See you at the place 5 pm tonight ! Liz 

 

Here are the list of Highly Recommended artists who took part:-

Awry  
Balter 
Beth Malcolm
Carma
Eabhal
Eilidh Firth Trio
Elia Davidson
Ellie Ford 
Eriska 
Folky MacFolk Face 
Footerin Aboot 
Harry Harris  
Iona Fyfe & Luc McNally
Kate Kyle  
Noah 
Roelle  Blue
Southside Fiddlers 
The Boys With The Lion Head 
The Rowies
The Step Brothers Music
The Trials of Cato
Trip  
Velvet & Stone 
Yoko Pwno   

 

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Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 15 5th Feb at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 15 5th  Feb  at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Feb 4, 2017

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 15 Saturday 5  Feb 2017
Danny Kyle Open Stage is broadcast live by Celtic Music Radio 5-7 pm and on Archive
While correct at time of printing please check with artists site and Celtic Connections website for any alterations or amendments

 

 

The Meadows –  Carmarthernshire – Wales    Listen Again
Melody Meadows/ Fantasia Meadows / Harvey Meadows/ Titania Meadows
The Meadows play original works, both instrumental and sung, along with fresh interpretations of folk music from various traditions, predominantly drawn from Celtic culture. Their concerts are an ethereal journey of sounds: a fusion of atmospheric, contemplative, emotional textures combined with high-energy, exhilarating folk music which gets people dancing. To date they have played numerous concerts, including charity tours, various festivals and events across the U.K., The Wales Millennium Centre, along with BBC Introducing, international radio airplay, articles in the press including Celtic Life International and Celtic Guide

 


Kate Kyle
– Dumfries  –  Listen Again 
Kate is a young  singer/songwriter based in Dumfries.  Writing songs  soulful country and folk influenced. Kate gigs around her local area performing at Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival / Thornhill Music Festival / Festival of Politics as well as local clubs and events.  Kate has also won awards for her songwriting  and is also out performing as a duo with Elia Davidson.!
She was  the South Scotland finalist for Holyrood Rocks 2015 and went on to compete and perform at Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. This lead onto being asked back to perform as a featured artist, 2016, Festival of Politics. Upcoming performances include, Wee Burns Supper Festival, The Beatles Charity event, Maidens of Music, Arts Festival – Guitar Strings, among others.

 

 

 

An Dha – Brighton –  Listen Again 
Jaya Hanley / Sarah James
“Experience the fire of Scottish Traditional music, the delicacy of classical perfection and the spirit of jazz and the life of the city from Urban Folk Duo An Dh, And Dha means ‘The Two’ in Gaelic, two musicians , a Violin and a Cello, on a journey exploring life and music together.
An Dha are a Fiddle and Cello duo writing and performing folk  music that combines styles and genres to explore the boundaries of contemporary fok music. They formed in 2013 at Trinity Laban Conservatoire after Violinist Jaya Hanley and Cellist Sara James visited the Isle of Skye and were entranced by the beauty and music of the island.  In 2016 they won the London Fiddle Convention Competition, various awards in the St Albans Folk Completion’s and were finalists I the Bath Folk Competition” .

 

Elia Davidson – Dumfries –  Listen Again
Sixteen year old singer songwriter Elia Davidson won the Amnesty International Youth Awards Songwriting Competition in 2015 and was invited to judge this year’s entries in London alongside Ricky Wilson (Kaiser Chiefs) and Neil Amin Smith (Clean Bandit). Merchant City Festival (via Scottish Music Centre), at Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival and at Youth Beatz. In November of 2016, Elia was chosen to play on the Creative Scotland funded Hit the Road tour performing in Dunfermline, Dumfries and Glasgow. In addition to touring, Elia was fortunate to participate in a series of songwriting workshops alongside the likes of Louis Abbott (Admiral Fallow), Findlay Napier, Callum Wiseman (Prides) and Ross Leighton (Fatherson). Elia also performs in a duo along with Kate Kyle!
Elia released her self- titled debut EP on Smart Indie in 2016 and is looking forward to returning to the studio in the summer of 2017 to record her follow up EP.

 

 

While correct at time of printing please check with artists site and Celtic Connections website for any alterations or amendments

We wish you all a fantastic festival and look forward to catching up with you along the way
Thank you for the support of MusicNewsScotland 

 Any queries  or enquiries regarding the Danny Kyle Open Stage please  contact Liz Clark direct on dkos.info@yahoo.com

Live from Celtic Music Radio Studio, Admiral Street . Saturday 4th Feb – 11 am to 5 pm at Celtic Connections 2017

Live from Celtic Music Radio  Studio, Admiral Street . Saturday 4th Feb – 11 am to 5 pm at Celtic Connections 2017

Feb 4, 2017

Saturday 4th Feb live on www.celticmusicradio.net and 95fm in the fair city of Glasgow
Live from Admiral Street Studio  11 am to 5pm at Celtic Connections from 20 January to 5 February 2017

From 11am – 5pm Local and international artists with music / interviews / chat
From 5-7 Live from The Danny Kyle Open Stage   – any enquires re DKOS email Liz at dkos.info@yahoo.com

While correct at time of printing alterations or amendments may occur

11am John Malcolm
Stalwart of the Scottish music folks scene John brings a rich story and teller of tales through his music and song.  From his many years with the folk group Cruachan with a highly recommended ‘Loose Change’ album to his duo with storyteller and author Stuart McHardy, and his solo performances, not to mention being a valued member of The Lanarkshire Song Writers Group and their CD releases.  John also works with children in schools under the New Makars Trust ensuring that generations of children know where the stories and songs come from and encouraging them to learn, to write their owns songs ensuring that the music continues and grows.

 

 

 

12pm Freereelin
Davy Lees / Lesley Thompson / Stuart McQueen 

Freereelin’ are a feisty ceilidh band playing ‘across Fife, Tayside, Stirlingshire, Perthshire, West Lothian and beyond, Freereelin’ are a 3-piece group of experienced musicians whose passion is for great music, energy and fun.’   All have and play in different amalgamations and groups over the years and bring rich blend of their musicality, humour and passion to lively trio. From weddings to Ceilidhs, corporate to concerts they can get folks dancing in the aisles and singing along to well kent songs.

 

 

 

1pm Les Vieux  
Bill Macaulay / Ely Farrelly / Sandy Semeonoff

Cajan comes to Glasgow in the form of local group Les Vieux. Strutting out their music so that if you close your eyes you are transported to the Louisiana Boyous.  Gigging in and around Glasgow are a firm favourite of lovers of Cajan music as well as collecting new recruits along the way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2pm Lizabett Russo Trio  Appearing at Celtic Connections 4 Feb The Mackintosh Church along with 3Hattrio
Scotland-based singer-songwriter Lizabett Russo stands out in the most cluttered of genres, marked out by her Romanian heritage and her wealth of travelling experience. She brings a diverse and eclectic range of influences to her tracks, which move from traditional acoustic ballads to up-tempo jazz – and just about everything else in between. In 2013, Lizabett self-released her EP entitled The Traveller’s Song  Gigging extensively through the UK from clubs to the Cambridge Folk Festival and supporting such acts as Rachel Sermanni, Rozi Plain, Tim Edey and Trembling Bells .

 

 

 

 

 

3pm Adam McCulloch   
Well renowned local singer Adam McCulloch  brings his rich deep seated Scottish traditional music to the fore in his performances and song writing, blended seamlessly with his distinctive gypsy jazz and bluegrass influences with his trio.   With a well received and critically acclaimed debut CD ‘In These Times’ firmly placing him, either as a solo artist or with his trio, on the Scottish folk scene calendar from festivals to folk clubs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 14 Friday 3rd Feb at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 14 Friday 3rd Feb  at Celtic Connections 5- 7pm

Feb 3, 2017

Danny Kyle Open Stage Day 14 Friday 3 Feb 2017
Danny Kyle Open Stage is broadcast live by Celtic Music Radio 5-7 pm and on Archive
While correct at time of printing please check with artists site and Celtic Connections website for any alterations or amendments

 

 

 

 

South Side Fiddlers – Glasgow – www.facebook.com/TheSouthsideFiddlers
Cara Conway /Robbie Fisher /Molly Adams / Mairi Docherty / Katie Maguire / Robyn Haig / Niamh Doohan / Breanna Wilson /Sarah Donaldson / Mhairi MacKenzie / Eve Boyle / Izzy Gillespie / Mairhead Campbell / Anna Gardiner / Catriona Duff
The Southside Fiddlers are an enthusiastic and exciting group of young musicians from Glasgow. They are taught by Louise Hunter who has been running her fiddle school for fifteen years. The group have played at many festivals both at home and away. They delight audiences wherever they go with their mix of Irish and Scottish traditional music and their love of performing.       Listen Again 

 

Foinse – Airdrie – Listen Again 
David Browne / Benedict Morris / Mairi Therese Deighan/ Callum Convoy
Immersed in the Glasgow Irish scene from a young age, Foinse are a group at one with the tradition. Having learned their art through Comhaltas, they have each honed their skills and talents into producing a real taste of Ireland in their music.  All four members are award winning musicians in their own right, having multiple All Ireland medals in their respective instruments: fiddle, flute, piano and bodhran.  While the melodies of their sets are overflowing with tradition, it is the accompaniment that drives their music, giving the audience a truly authentic experience of Traditional Irish Music.

 

Gem Andrews – Berlin  – Listen Again
Singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gem Andrews was born in Liverpool in.  Gem Andrews writes Americana and folk music with an honesty and rawness that takes the listener by surprise and cuts to the quick. Her new album ‘Vancouver’ is a dark and melodious meditation on the forces pushing us from home and pulling us back. Gem and her heartrending tones take us with her on many journeys; across countries, continents and oceans, seamlessly blending the shifting landscapes with the movements of her own heart. Her work is firmly rooted in her beloved Alt. Country and Americana traditions, with influences from Kitty Wells to K.D Lang.

 

 

Awry – Perth  –  Listen Again
Morgan Brown /Markish McNeilly / Alex Urquhart – Taylor / Tim Lane
Birthed from the verdant belly of The Forest arts collective in Edinburgh, the infant awry quickly became known for a very specific and laudacious behavior known as the ‘PSYCHEGAELIC ceilidh…
Awry quickly grew into a strange but precocious child that delights in making mirthy musicals broths twisted together from the woody sound of acoustic instruments, potent electrics and the Gaelic language spoken here north of Hadey ‘s wall …
Awry have a reputation for being able to make people whirl like a dervish and dance like loons but also dream, drift and doodle…

 

 

 

While correct at time of printing please check with artists site and Celtic Connections website for any alterations or amendments

We wish you all a fantastic festival and look forward to catching up with you along the way
Thank you for the support of MusicNewsScotland 

 Any queries  or enquiries regarding the Danny Kyle Open Stage please  contact Liz Clark direct on dkos.info@yahoo.com

Live from Celtic Music Radio in Buchanan Suite, Friday 3rd Feb – 11 am to 5 pm at Celtic Connections

Live from Celtic Music Radio  in Buchanan Suite, Friday 3rd  Feb –  11 am to 5 pm at Celtic Connections

Feb 3, 2017

 

Friday 3 Feb  live on www.celticmusicradio.net and 95fm in the fair city of Glasgow
Live from The Buchanan Suite  11 am to 5pm at Celtic Connections from 20 January to 5 February 2017

From 11am – 5pm Local and international artists with music / interviews / chat
From 5-7 Live from The Danny Kyle Open Stage   – any enquires re DKOS email Liz at dkos.info@yahoo.com

While correct at time of printing alterations or amendments may occur

 

 

11am Andrew Gordon

12pm David Francey   Appearing at Celtic Connections 3 Feb in the Recital Room  and 4 Feb in The Tron Theatre along with Russell deCarle / Denis Keldie and Steve Briggs
‘A proud physical labourer from a proud working class Scottish immigrant family, he spent more than 30 years toiling in the Toronto rail yards, the Yukon bush and the Eastern Townships’ construction sites – hitchhiking across Canada at least three times in the process – all the while quietly chronicling in song the triumphs and hardships of life in the trenches.’ David born in Ayrshire  took to his musical career a bit later in life but it has not held him up in any way – with 11 album under his belt numerous Junos Award from his home in Canada his songs covered by bands such as The Ranking and The Barra McNeils  as well as touring from Denmark to Dublin Australia to Austin makes a welcome return to Celtic Connections

 

 

 

1pm Russell de Carle  , Steve Biggs & Denis Keldie  Appearing at Celtic Connections 4 Feb in The Tron Theatre with David Francey
In true “the show must go on” spirit, legendary performer Russell deCarle is determined to appear during this year’s Celtic Connections, despite the fact that a key member of his band has been forced to drop out. Accordionist Denis Keldie has been advised by doctors that he should not travel across the Atlantic following a health scare. He will still be bringing multi-talented guitarist Steve Briggs over for what will be their only UK appearance this year Briggs and deCarle have appeared together in duo format on many occasions over the years and the pair have recorded a number of albums together too in joint careers that have spanned the decades. When deCarle was lead singer and song-writer for Prairie Oyster, he led the band to rack up an impressive list of awards, gold and platinum selling records and No 1 singles. When he toured in pared-back trio format in the UK last year, reviews were glowing.

 

2pm John Taylor 
John Taylor is a Scottish singer songwriter that’s currently working on his seventh studio album due for release in 2017. John’s song “Pull you through” was placed in Golden Globe and Emmy winning show “Californication” which sent the song into the itunes singer/songwriter charts around the world including number 1 in Sweden, top five in Canada and no 12 in the USA. John’s Song “Break my bones” was played on the USA show Necessary Roughness and twice in ABC’s Hit show Revenge. John has just written a song called “Battle Cries” for an independent film called Kingdom: Fall of Illandriel.

 

 

3pm 3Hattrio  Appearing at Celtic Connections  with Lizabett Russo on 4 Feb in The Mackintosh Church 
‘Uniting the veteran talents of singer, guitarist, banjo player and folklorist Hal Cannon – founder of the National Cowboy Poetry Gathering – with bassist, singer and foot-percussionist Greg Istock, whose background lies in Caribbean music, and classically-trained violinist Eli Wrankle, 3hattrio’s atmospheric, jazz-inflected songs express their collective artistic response to their desert home amid Utah’s Zion Valley. “Haunting melodies and lyrics. . . a sense of place that speaks to universal conditions” (Green Man Review)

 

 

 

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