One audio cassette recording. Wadley served as emcee. Panama Mack and the Turnpike Gypsies consisted of Tim Higgins (mandolin), Ed Pintado (bass), Chuck Anton (fiddle), Mike Williams (guitar), with Dana Kogut and Bill Dudley joining in. Chauvin was from St. Augustine and played the Celtic harp.
One reel to reel recording. Dudley served as emcee. The group consisted of Dudley (guitar); Kathy Aagard (fiddle); and Peter Martin (flute/hammered dulcimer). They formed in 1980, and played English, Scottish, Celtic, and Irish songs.
One reel to reel recording. Hansen served as emcee. Wind That Shakes the Barley began as a group in 1980 by founding members Bob DeMarco and Kathie Aargard (fiddle). Bill Dudley (guitar) and Peter Martin (dulcimer) were the other two members. They played Irish, Scottish, Celtic, and English songs.
One digital audio tape (DAT). Ramoutar served as emcee. From 1985 to 2002, Davidson toured the world telling Scottish tales and playing the Celtic harp. After 2002, she devoted herself entirely to the Druidic tradition (specifically, the An Ceile De) under the Fionn Tuluch. She often sang in Gaelic...
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