We’ve had a magical time putting together this poetry and music show. Join us for a live performances in May in Montreal, New Haven, and several upstate NY locations! Or tune in to Concert Window for live streaming of the show on May 19th at 8 PM EST here.
Winter tour dates! For more details click here.
We’re SO excited to show you the new website done up by pal Joe Latham (Lookhappy Design)! No more weird firey band logo! Haha hope you weren’t getting to attached to it.
Looking forward to showcasing at NERFA conference this weekend. We’ll play Thursday as a duo and Saturday with Alec Spiegelman on bass clarinet and flute, and Kaitlyn Raitz on cello.
Dear friends, As you know, we’ve been really lucky over the past few years to play with two really incredible musicians, Anh Phung and Alan Mackie. It’s been a total dream making music together, growing together, learning, meeting new people and traveling to new places. We are so grateful for all we’ve shared and now […]
We’re looking forward to camping at Blue Skies Music Festival, playing in our band’s birth-town at Montreal’s Festival Folk sur le Canal, floating down the river on canoes at Fiddles on the Tobique, and taking in the gorgeous scenery (and smell of sulphur! :P) from the hot springs at Harrison Festival Society. Can’t wait to […]
Coming up on June 6th, The Bombadils with Cantiamo Montreal Choral Ensemble at St. Matthias Church in Westmount, QC. The program features fiddle tunes, cowboy songs, pop tunes and a couple extra surprises!
Goodbye Australia! It has been an incredible two months both here and in New Zealand. All the sunshine, kooky creatures, charming accents, marvy music, and friendly people have us smiling our faces off. We’ll miss ya heaps, mates!
We love music. Thank you for the experience of music you all give us! And thank you Tim Carroll for writing such a beautiful review of our album Grassy Roads, Wandering Feet. “This is a wholly organic album, the feeling of boundary-free interaction between instruments and musicians is palpable…The whole is a living, breathing experience.” […]