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Marg uses the 5-string banjo and Celtic harp in her shows. I am a Master Scottish Harper, a harp teacher, and composer and arranger for the harp. On banjo I use two styles, clawhammer (downstroke) and 2-finger picking. Clawhammer is used for dance tunes and I prefer 2-finger for most songs. In the past two years, many of my songs have been written using the banjo.

Bill collects and sings traditional and Florida songs. In addition to playing the guitar and bass, I am a seasoned sound technician. It has been said that "My sound is invisible".

We would be delighted to share our music to you.

Historical Story Songs
Education through Entertainment

Our music reflects US history in song, story, and the background of each tune. We select tunes that tell a story about our past whether it be migration to the US, Florida songs, original compositions, traditional old-time dance music, or tunes with celtic influence. Sharing the story behind the music is essential to understanding and preserving our heritage. And knowing the story lets us travel back in time and living the lyrics and rhythm.

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Celtic music is root music and music of our roots. Let Bill don his kilt and guitar with Marg on harp and you understand our Celtic roots.
From weddings to concerts we cover Irish and Scot traditional music. You will often find us at Celtic festivals, Scottish games, and Renaisance fairs.

Traditional US songs and dance tunes relate the dreams, hopes, and tragedy of US life from 1800 to 1910. It is our pleasure to bring relevantance to today through traditional tunes.

Florida Folk songs are musical stories of life and nature in Florida and we have documented the stories in our compositions from Gopher Stew to How do you eat a mango?

On the Road...

We are available for events in your area! Please inquire if you would like us to visit your area. Our short-term schedule will give location information.
Follow our Travel Adventures recorded in stories, song, and pictures.

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Send us a note by email Or call 561-308-0118