This Sunday we welcome Although she is the Juice O' the Barley's fiddler extraordinaire, Kelly also performs music in other genres--and quite well. Website SepiaChord.com described her as the "secret weapon" in the band Tarantella. In addition to Irish and Celtic folk music, Kelly is an accomplished performer on the Hardanger Fiddle (Hardingfele). She has also performed and recorded with Portland-based Strangers Die Every Day and Minneapolis-based Painted Saints. During her career in Denver, Kelly has shared the stage with artists such as Thurston Moore, Jello Biafra, Dick Dale, and The Fray.
This Sunday, we welcome Scott, a singer/songwriter major from CU Denver and a multi-instrumentalist that plays guitar, mandolin, bodhran, and ukulele. He has been playing both private and public events for a few years specializing in mostly americana, bluegrass, folk, rock, celtic and my own original music. In that time, he has shared the stage with the likes of Gipsy Moon, Leftover Salmon, Michael Engberg, and The Owen Kortz Trio.
nd sometimes play mandolin. She plays violin and sings harmony and some lead.
The band we play with normally is at www.reverbnation.com/
or the website www.juiceofthebarley.
Here is a page of Scott's songs at www.reverbnation.com/
Here are a couple links for what they sound like on our own live