Posted by meghand on Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Hello there fiddle hangout,
I don't know why it's taken me this long to join fiddle hangout, but here I am! Looks like a great place to share fiddle fondness, inspiration, and knowledge! Please visit my website www.meghandudlemusic.com to see what is new with me! I am quite excited about my *still new to me* album, You Are Always In My Dreams, that I finished this past winter. No, not this winter, last winter. Gosh, is it really winter? While I played honky-tonk inspired fiddle with The Ditchlilies for about four years, this album stays firmly in the old-time fiddle vein with traditional tunes and some original songs/compositions. I recorded at Dakota Dave Hull's studio in MPLS with some very dear musicians: Eric Lind, Adam Kiesling, Daniel Libby, Jake Hyer, Alyssa Bicking, Colin Harris, Lonesome Dan Kase, and Karen Mueller.
I'd love to hear some reviews and feedback here on fiddle hangout, so please let me know if you can review. (thanks!)
Please check my website out (as that is brand new too!) And let me know what is *NEW* with you!
Cheers and fiddle dust,
John Gent Says:
Wednesday, November 17, 2010 @1:51:17 PM
I LOVE your version of Old Joe Clark. I've always liked the fiddle banjo duets, and you've captured it perfectly with that. Welcome to the FHO!
Friday, November 19, 2010 @2:40:25 AM
Great voice...sweet fiddling.....Love your music
Friday, November 19, 2010 @4:17:02 PM
Welcome aboard Meghan!
Friday, November 19, 2010 @5:40:19 PM
You came to the right place at FHO, I like your interest of Blues with the Fiddle, that and Johnny Gimble style Swing are my favorites for the Moment, you will receive lots of pleasure from this site, we all do.
Friday, November 19, 2010 @5:53:49 PM
I was listening to your "Down the River I go", what a voice you got, great !
also harmony singing, I bet you did both parts, melody and harmony on the recording
Saturday, November 20, 2010 @6:47:23 AM
Beautiful listening thanks! Cudos to your engineer also, nice work on the mix. Hope to hear more!
Saturday, November 20, 2010 @11:11:12 AM
I will buy your recording for sure, I love it ! theres just something magical on it, the oldtime feeling, undescribeable :-) does this means Im getting old or what ? Now, I got real frightened about the thaught. I guess, Im lost in the world of Music anyway, so who cares about the rest.....
Monday, February 7, 2011 @9:01:48 PM
Well I just linked over to your web page and was pleasantly surprised at what I heard. What a nice fresh spin you've put on some old time music. Nice job on the vocal harmony as mentioned. Your fiddle voicings have inspired me to practice with added determination. Thanks.
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