(report bad link) FiddleStar: All things fiddle and Megan B. Lynch

(report bad link) Alan Jabbour: Old Time fiddler. Once played with the Hollow Rock String Band.

(report bad link) Alicia Svigals: Klezmer violinist, "euphoric and heart-wrenching."

(report bad link) Allie Bennett: Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia native Allie Bennett is in his 30th year in the Canadian Music Industry. This year Allie has released a fiddle album, his first solo project aptly titled "It's About Time", a

(report bad link) Andrea Beaton: One of Cape Breton's most promising young fiddlers, Andrea Beaton comes by her music honestly. She's making a name for herself in dance halls, concerts, ceilidhs, and festivals. Like the compelling tr

(report bad link) Art Stamper: Kentucky fiddler, son of Hiram Stamper.

(report bad link) Banjo Billy Mathews: Old Time Traditional Fiddle master Banjo Billy Mathews.

(report bad link) Bill Stevens: Stevens is the most recognized Athabascan fiddler in North America today. For 20 years he has been sharing his cultural history of his music through recordings and public appearances in the state of A

(report bad link) Bowed Electricity Fiddle Players Resource: Bbios, discographies, sound clips and pictures for violinists in virtually every genre but western Classical.

(report bad link) Brenda Stubbert: Cape Breton fiddler, pianist and composer.

(report bad link) Brian Conway: Premier Irish American fiddler Brian Conway performs with a skill, grace and force that are steeped in tradition but distinctively his own.

(report bad link) Bruce Molsky: Alone or with fellow musicians; guitar, fiddle, or banjo in hand, Bruce Molsky has been exploring traditional music from an astonishingly broad range of cultures over the past two decades

(report bad link) Buddy MacMaster, Cape Breton's master fiddler: Recognized as the world's leading exponent of the Cape Breton fiddle style.

(report bad link) Cajun Fiddle Music: Hadley J. Castille is one of the finest exponents of authentic south Louisiana Cajun fiddle music.

(report bad link) Calvin Vollrath: Calvin is a musical prodigy. To date, he has composed over 350 fiddle tunes, many of which have become standard contest and dance tunes across Canada.

(report bad link) Clyde Davenport: Clyde Davenport, old-time fiddler and banjo player

(report bad link) Csokolom Hungarian and Gipsy Fiddle Music: The violinist absorbed the gypsy music from the Balkans and Hungary at an early age and explores the essence of the music in an exciting and original way - a new voice fusing styles and trends.

(report bad link) Dan Levenson: Fiddler Magazine's Bob Buckingham describes him as "an accomplished fiddler and of the best clawhammer banjo players in the country."

(report bad link) Doublestop Music: Carries a wide variety of instruments in the violin family for professionals, collectors and beginners.

(report bad link) Fiddler Henry Reed: Reed spent most of his life performing fiddle tunes that bring to mind the history of the state's Appalachian frontier. The style of Henry Reed's fiddle playing, like the style of other older fiddlers

(report bad link) Gerry O'Connor: Sparkling " Immaculate" and with "Dazzling Ability" were words used recently by the national Press to describe the music of Gerry O'Connor, one of Ireland's most outstanding fiddle players.

(report bad link) Halston Williams: Bluegrass Fiddle player out of Oklahoma

(report bad link) Irish Fiddler Kevin Burke: One of Ireland's top traditional players

(report bad link) Ivan and Vivian Hicks: Ivan and Vivian Hicks are well known for their contribution to the preservation and promotion of old-time fiddling throughout North America. 

(report bad link) Jack Tuttle: Thanks to the California Bluegrass Association for awarding me a Lifetime Membership. This is a very rare and distinguished award and I'm honored to be the CBA's 2007 recipient

(report bad link) James Kelly: James has performed several times on Garrison Keillor's national radio show, "A Prairie Home Companion."

(report bad link) Jana Jae: The First Lady of Country Fiddle

(report bad link) Jean-Luc Ponty Official Web Site: Jean-Luc Ponty is a pioneer and undisputed master of violin in the arena of jazz and rock. He is widely regarded as an innovator who has applied his unique visionary spin that has expanded the vocabul

(report bad link) Jerry Holland: Jerry Holland is a fiddler strongly rooted in Cape Breton, Scottish and Irish dance music traditions. An active performer and recording artist, many of his own tunes have entered the traditional reper

(report bad link) Jim McKillop: Master fiddler, instructor and string craftsman.

(report bad link) Jody Nix: The pure lyrical strains of country swing drift from the sandy plains of West Texas. A legendary style created in the 1940's & 50's by two great talents, BOB WILLS & HOYLE NIX, continues to excite aud

(report bad link) Joe Holley: James C. "Joe" Holley, the left-handed fiddler for Bob Wills and and His Texas Playboys.

(report bad link) Joe Venuti: The first great violinist of Jazz.

(report bad link) John Arcand: Métis fiddling is a style all it’s own, and, when you think of this unique cultural music, one fiddler stands out!  John Arcand is the undisputed “Master of the Métis Fiddle”.

(report bad link) John Boulware: Fiddler information, articles, and sheet music.

(report bad link) John Carty: Irish Fiddler & Multi-instrumentalist John Carty, Traditional Irish Musician of the Year 2003

(report bad link) Johnny Gimble: In a Nashville studio, Johnny lends fiddle to a new double-disc album featuring Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson and Ray Price.

(report bad link) Johnny Gimble's Swing Week Revival: A world of Texas swing!

(report bad link) Julie Lyonn Lieberman: Jazz style performer, author, composer and educator.

(report bad link) Kane Sisters: Traditional Irish fiddle-playing sisters, Liz and Yvonne Kane, have just released their second album 'Under the Diamond'.

(report bad link) Ken Waldman: Alaska's Fiddling Poet

(report bad link) Kendra MacGillivray: or over twenty years, Kendra MacGillivray has brought fiddle music to life with her incredibly energetic performances with the fiddle. As a former Highland dancer, Kendra aims to make her fiddling liv

(report bad link) Lindsey Mills: Lindsey's eclectic background is evident in her versatile performances and in her teaching and directing style.

(report bad link) Liz Carroll: A composer celebrated for invigorating the traditional styles of Irish music, her compositions. have entered into the repertoire of Irish and Celtic performers throughout the world

(report bad link) Mad Fiddler: Welcome to the website of Electric Violinist / Fiddler "madfiddler".

(report bad link) Mark O'Connor: One of the most gifted contemporary composers in America and surely one of the brightest talents of his generation.

(report bad link) Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill: Irish fiddle virtuoso Martin Hayes and American guitarist Dennis Cahill possess a rare musical kinship, ranking them among the most memorable partnerships of our era.

(report bad link) Mithcell Grobb's Official Web Site: Mitchell Grobb is one of Canada's premier fiddlers, known for his smooth sound, captivating performances and unique style.

(report bad link) Old-Time Fiddlers Hall of Fame: Selected list of influential Old-Time Fiddlers.

(report bad link) Patrick Mangan: Two-time All-Ireland fiddle champion, he is a student of renowned New York fiddler and teacher Brian Conway.

(report bad link) Paul Chaffee: Irish and Scottish fiddle in the San Francisco Bay area.

(report bad link) Pete Sutherland: Vermont based fiddler-multi instrumentalist-singer-songwriter

(report bad link) Randal Bays: Randal's grasp of the Irish fiddle style is rare among non-Irish  musicians, a result of nearly thirty years of fiddling,  listening, and sharing many a late-night session with the finest  traditional

(report bad link) Ron Wild: Ron performs locally, teaches classical, folk fiddling, and improvisation, and continues to scout talent for recording projects

(report bad link) Roy Johnstone: Teaching, Events, Tune Downloads, Music scores

(report bad link) Scottish Fiddlers: Alphabetical listing of players, their history and discography.

(report bad link) Sierra Noble: Traditional Metis and Old Time fiddle and everything from Classical to Country, Rock, Middle Eastern , a bit of Bluegrass and Jazz,

(report bad link) Sue Draheim: Eclectic style incldes elements of Southern Appalachian, Country, Cajun, Irish and English fiddle styles with a little bit of Indian influence thrown in.

(report bad link) The Kane Sisters: East Galway style at its finest

(report bad link) Thomas Bailey: Virginia native multi-instrumentalist. Fiddle, guitar, mandolin, stringbass and lessons.

(report bad link) Thomas Goodlunas: Acoustic fiddler & violinist playing melodic improvisations and more

(report bad link) Tommy Peoples: One of Ireland's greatest fiddlers.

(report bad link) Tony Ludiker Music Website: Internet playground of five-time Grand National Fiddle Champion Tony Ludiker.

(report bad link) Troy MacGillivray: Troy MacGillivray's musical prowess can be attributed to an especially rare combination of commitment and bloodline. By the age of six, Troy was already impressing audiences with his step dancing skil

(report bad link) Vassar Clements: His phenomenal ability to virtually play any kind of music (bluegrass, country, pop, rock, jazz and swing) has garnered him various awards, including five Grammy nominations and a track record that in

(report bad link) Wendy MacIsaac: Wendy MacIsaac is a fiddler/piano player/stepdancer from Creignish, Cape Breton, Canada. Wendy has been touring all over the world for the last ten years with Mary Jane Lamond, Ashley MacIsaac, Beolac

(report bad link) Western Swing Links: A listing of artists for western swing and more!

(report bad link) Yale Strom: a pioneer among revivalists conducting extensive research in Central and Eastern Europe and the Balkans among the Jewish and Rom communities.


(report bad link) Ache'n Back String Band: 6 member family and friends band that plays mostly old time with bluegrass and blues influences.

(report bad link) Asleep at the Wheel: Contemporary western swing band.

(report bad link) Avalon Rising: Progressive Celtic and Medieval Rock

(report bad link) Barrage: A high-octane fiddle-fest that features an international, multi-talented cast performing an eclectic mix of music, song and dance.

(report bad link) Battlefield Band: Fired by the strength and vibrancy of today's Scottish cultural scene.

(report bad link) BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet: Probably the most musically adventurous of all Cajun bands, BeauSoleil has drawn on, or Cajunized, many musical traditions, but they remain fundamentally Cajun to the core.

(report bad link) Blazin Fiddles: Performers celebrating highland and island fiddle music. "The Led Zeppelin of the folk world"

(report bad link) Boys of the Lough: One of the finest bands in Celtic traditional music.

(report bad link) Broceliande: Celtic and Early Music Quartet

(report bad link) Bruce Weeks Family Band: Gospel Bluegrass Band from the North Ga Mountains

(report bad link) Camogie: A new band with a Celtic Americana flavour.

(report bad link) Chulrua Irish Traditional Music: Internationally acclaimed trio of some of the most respected and unique exponents of Irish traditional music.

(report bad link) Creaking Tree String Quartet: The technically dazzling outfit uses fingerboards to leap stylistic boundaries and fuse intricate styles.

(report bad link) Crumac: Seattle band arose from the ashes of The Suffering Gaels, the premiere Irish band in the Pacific Northwest for two decades.

(report bad link) Culann's Hounds: Punk Irish Hoedown, Irish American Roots Music

(report bad link) Face the West: Young Scottish rip-roaring traditional band.

(report bad link) Fiddler's Green: Irish Independent Speedfolk band on tour.

(report bad link) Fiddlers 3: Canadian family band reflects the vigorous tradition associated with fiddlers.

(report bad link) Forge Mountain Diggers: Scorching Appalachian fiddle music!

(report bad link) Fox on the Town: From toe-tapping jigs and reels to stirring marches and romantic waltzes, we will help you create an event to remember.

(report bad link) Frigg: Finnish and Norwegian fiddle band

(report bad link) Glengarry Bhoys: One of the best Celtic acts in North America.

(report bad link) Golden Bough: Music of the Celtic Lands

(report bad link) Greenhouse: The longest running celtic band in the North Bay Area of San Francisco.

(report bad link) Harry Bolick and the Wahoo String Band: Progressive Primitive Old-Timey fiddle music

(report bad link) iBluegrass Band & Performer Search: Search for a band by name or by member names, or you can see a list of all bands by region.

(report bad link) Jackson Creek String Band: Playing and singing  folk, bluegrass, gospel, and old-time dance tunes, 60's songs, waltzes, etc. Performing throughout central Florida.

(report bad link) Klezmania: London-based Klezmer band.

(report bad link) Lazy John: Foot stompin dance music from rural Ontario Canada.

(report bad link) Lunasa with Sean Smyth: The term super-group and Celtic music don't often end up in the same sentence, but Lunasa qualifies as the first and perhaps only Celtic super-group around.

(report bad link) M.T. Pawketts: Kat and the fiddle's band.

(report bad link) Maple Ridge Bluegrass Band: Maple Ridge is Western MA's best traditional bluegrass band

(report bad link) Molly's Revenge: Thoroughly modern Celtic music band.

(report bad link) New Jerusalem Bluegrass: Family Bluegrass Gospel

(report bad link) North Dakota Old Time Fiddle Backers: Since fiddling without backup instruments leaves something to be desired, we decided to include a "sub-site" to promote and encourage the participation in NDOTFA of Old Time Musicians that play the ot

(report bad link) Outlaw Social: Outlaw Social is a five piece stringband from Victoria, British Columbia. With the release of their debut CD, a seven song e.p., they’ve gained airplay and top twenty charting status on Canadian natio

(report bad link) Pastense Bluegrass Band: Similar to AKUS, 5 piece band out of Topeka, KS.

(report bad link) Queb Sisters Band: Formed in 2000, the Quebe Sisters Band (pronounced Kway-bee) performs a refreshing blend of western swing, hot jazz and swing standards, western, vintage country and traditional Texas style fiddle tun

(report bad link) Quicksilver: Barndance, Ceilidh and Squaredance band.

(report bad link) Ranch Dance: Live performances, educational programs, and recordings of traditional Texas cowboy and ranch dance fiddle music.

(report bad link) Reiner Family Band (Massachusetts): Dave Reiner and RFB site

(report bad link) Rockdale Boys Gospel Bluegrass: Where traditional gospel and bluegrass music have come together in the sound of the Rockdale Boys. Strong vocal harmony and solid instrumental arrangements make this music fun to hear!

(report bad link) Rosin the Bow: Irish Celtic, British, and American traditional music.

(report bad link) Shona Le Mottee Band: This four piece Celtic band is made up of the cream of Vancouver’s Celtic scene. They are lead by Juno Award-winning fiddler/vocalist, Shona Le Mottee (formerly of The Paperboys and Michael Flatley’s

(report bad link) Solas: Mind-blowing Irish folk music.

(report bad link) Spirit of the West: In 1983 Geoffrey Kelly, John Mann and J. Knutson began a group they called "Evesdropper". Armed only with a love of music and a fear of real work the three recorded their first album the next year. Tw

(report bad link) Striped Pig String Band: Bluegrass, Old Time fusion band from Northern California.

(report bad link) Swallowtail: Excellent New England contradance band.

(report bad link) Tempest: Globally-renowned hybrid of high-energy folk rock fusing Irish reels, Scottish ballads, Norwegian influences and other world music elements.

(report bad link) The Barra MacNeils: The six MacNeil siblings are widely regarded as one of the greatest live acts in the Celtic world. Hailing from Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, the family group is deeply rooted in Celtic music, cult

(report bad link) The Bebop Cowboys: Purveyors of fine western swing.

(report bad link) The Blue Sage Trio: Playing bass fiddle with the band is Shauna Iverson, a strong player whose driving technique powers the Blue Sage sound.

(report bad link) The Chieftains: Recognised for bringing traditional Irish music to the world's attention.

(report bad link) The Cliffhangers: Old-time string band web site

(report bad link) The Crooked Fiddle Band: High-octane four piece who rally around the whirlwind violin of Jess Randall.

(report bad link) The Farnum Family: Christian Family band performing bluegrass, gospel & old-time music

(report bad link) The Freight Hoppers: David Bass, Frank Lee & the Freight Hoppers ride again!!

(report bad link) The Paperboys: Celtic/CanadianFolk/Stomp/SonJarocho/Acoustic/Latin/Alt-Country/Pop/Roots band… For over a decade, the most common description of The Paperboys has been; ‘They’re hard to describe. They’re just really

(report bad link) The Quebe Sisters Band: 3 part harmony Western Swing, String Jazz, Vintage Country

(report bad link) Tipsy House: Traditional Irish Music

(report bad link) Tocam - Traditional Irish Music: Together Andy Morrow and Tony O'Connell played all over Ireland, including festivals at Cork, Ennis, Limerick, Feakle, Celtic Fusion, as well as touring extensively Germany and Portugal.

(report bad link) Tziganarama: Gypsy, klezmer and Eastern European folk music on fiddle.

(report bad link) Whistlin' Rufus Old Time String Band: An old time string band from Louisville KY

(report bad link) Wild Asparagus: New England contradance band (offshoot of Swallowtail).

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